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From: "Adrienne Elrod" <aelrod@hillarvclinton.com> 

T o : "Adrienne Flrnri" <aelmri@hillarvr.linton.cnm> 

Date: 8/27/2015 4:05:38 AM 

Subject: Vox: New poll showing Clinton beating everyone is reported as bad news for Hillary 


Friends - 

Given the chatter today on the new Q poll, wanted you to see the below article that just posted from Vox. Hope this is helpful! 
AE 

New poll showing Clinton beating everyone is reported as bad news for Hillary 
Updated by Matthew Yglesias on August 27, 2015, 9:40 a.m. ET @mattyglesias matt@vox.com 

http://www.vox.com/201 5/8/2 7/92 14461 /clinton-poll-lead 


A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Hillary 
Clinton coasting to a crushing victoryin a three-way 
race against Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden, 
winning 45 percent of the vote, compared with 22 
for Sanders and 18 for Biden. 

And the good news for Clinton doesn't stop there. 


The poll shows Clinton beating Jeb Bush head 
to head. 

The poll shows Clinton beating Marco Rubio 
head to head. 

The poll shows Clinton beating Donald Trump 
head to head. 

The poll shows Clinton winning in a landslide 
in scenarios where Trump runs as an 
independent. 

The poll did not test Clinton against Scott 
Walker or other possible nominees. 

So how did the media report this poll showing that 
if the election were held this week Hillary Clinton 
would win? Well, as bad news for Hillary Clinton! 


Bloomberg: "Biden More Competitive Than 
Clinton Against Leading Republicans: Poll" 

Politico: "Poll: Biden outperforms Hillary in 
general election; Trump leads GOP field" 

Time: "Voters open to Joe Biden presidential 
bid in new poll" 

Two things are happening here. One is that 
"Clinton is still winning" is a boring headline, so 
there's a tendency to grasp at straws to come up 


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with something else. The other is that the press as 
a whole doesn't like Clinton very much (and the 
feeling is mutual), so there's a bias toward 
believing that the public feels the same way. So 
somehow her campaign is struggling even when 
it's winning, and polls that show her winning are 
reported as showing her losing. 


Adrienne K. Elrod 
Spokesperson 
Hillary For America 

www.hillarvclinton.com 

@adrienneelrod 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Scott Curran" <scurran@clintonfoundation.ora> 

Date: 1 1/2/201 1 5:52:1 1 AM 

Subject: Re: Clinton Foundation Legal 


Thanks Scott. Let me know if there is anything that needs attending to 
in Bruce's abscence that I can be helpful with. 

On Wed, Nov 2, 201 1 at 1 1 :59 AM, Scott Curran 
<scurran@clintonfoundation.org> wrote: 

> Hi John, 

> Just wanted to (re)introduce myself (we have met briefly in the past). I 

> work with Bruce (who also serves as General Counsel) on Foundation legal 

> matters. I'm the Foundation's full-time in house attorney and help manage 

> day to day matters related to all initiative work (except for CHAI, which 

> has its own counsel) and coordinate our outside firm help. I work closely 

> with Andy Kessel (CFO), Terry Sheridan (HR) and the directors of each of our 

> offices/departments/initiatives. 

> Among other things, I'm presently managing the document production related 

> to the Simpson Thacher audit which you are likely aware of. 

> If I can be of assistance or provide any information that is helpful to you, 

> please let me know. My office line below forwards to my cell phone and I am 

> available 24/7. 

> Scott 

> Scott M. Curran 

> Assistant General Counsel 

> William J. Clinton Foundation 
>111 S. Wacker Drive 

> Suite 4000 

> Chicago, IL 60606 

> Phone: 501-748-0456 

> scurran@clintonfoundation.org 

> This e-mail, and any attachments hereto, is intended only for use by the 

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> confidential information. Any unauthorized use or dissemination of this 

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From: "Oren Shur" <oshur@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Huma Abedin" <ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Jake Sullivan" <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Christina Reynolds" <creynolds@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Kristina Schake" <kschake@hillaryclinton.com> 
Date: 3/7/2016 8:29:16 AM 

Subject: thought - optics tomorrow night 


Just a thought ... in the Miami speech, the diverse crowd behind HRC holding the little American flags was very cool - and at one 
point, a small U-S-A chant broke out ... Maybe something like this is already in works, but wonder if tomorrow night, we should 
be more purposeful about generating the U-S-A, U-S-A chants during her riff about the need for togetherness and unity (assuming 
that's still part of the speech), with people holding the little American flags - since that's what America is really about. Would be 
a subtle, yet powerful, contrast to the angry white guy U-S-A chants at Trump events when he spews un-American hate talk. 


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"Environmental Justice EPA" <environmental-justice@epa.aov> 

podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu 

11/12/2014 8:40:49 AM 

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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

T o: "Ervn Sepp" <eryn.sepp@gmail.com> 

Date: 5/15/2014 8:55:38 PM 

Subject: Fwd: 10K 


Can you forward to Tamara and Andrea. First Capitol Hill classic 2014 finisher. 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

Begin forwarded message: 

From: Gabe Podesta < gpodesta@amail.com > 

Date: May 16, 2014 at 2:58:05 AM EDT 

To: " john.podesta@gmail.com " < john. podesta@gmail.com >, Mary Podesta 

< podesta. mary@gmail.com >, Megan Rouse < meganrouse@gmail.com > 

Subject: 10K 

Ran it this morning at Bagram in 49:48. Between the heat and the air quality I would describe it as a very 
painful 49:48. 


Gabe Podesta 


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From: "Amy Dacev" <amy@fundforamerica.net> 

T o: "John Stocks" <jstocks@nea.ora> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Anna Burger" <anna.buraer@seiu.ora> 

"Robert McKay" <rmckay@mckayfund.ora> 

"Elias, Marc VPerkins CoieW <melias@perkinscoie.com> 

Date: 6/23/2008 2:27:46 AM 

Subject: REMINDER: FFA Board of Directors call today JUNE 23rd at 2:30 pm ET 


The call in number is: 641-715-3200 
The Participant Code is: 1 048847# 

Todays Board meeting is to decide future operations for FFA based on recent press and 
fundraising activity. 

We will use the following agenda: 

1 . Review recent activities 

2. Present 4 options for the Fund for America 

3. Marc will provide some legal guidance on the various options. 

4. Board Discussion and final decision. 

5. Discussion of press strategy. 

Rob McKay is unable to make the call today but Anna Burger has his proxy for the call. 

After final decision is made Amy Dacey will send the Board a strategic plan of action for approval within 24hrs. 

The options are as follows (we are also open to any Board reccomendations if they believe there are other 
options as well) 


Option 1: Continue to Raise with (124) donor list and potential new donors 

Continued contributions and Direct Donor grants to Progressive Groups 
Add Steve Phillips to FFA Board 

Option 2: Serve as an advisory Board for Allocations to Donors 

Minimal Operations Budget 
Groups Pay Fundraising Directly 


Option 3: Disband 

Shut down operation 
Pay off expenses 

Gradually allocate any remaining money 


Option 4: Suspend Operations 

Keep basic structure intact, keep money in account 
Suspend all fundraising operations until further notice, 


Thank you 

If you wish to talk to me before the call you can contact me on my cell at: 
202-528-7492 


Amy K. Dacey 
Executive Director 
Fund for America 
202-730-7727 


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From: "Molly McUsic" <mcusic@wyssfoundation.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 9/19/2015 9:35:43 AM 

Subject: Re: Resume and Bio 


Yes. I'm at the vineyard at the party and have my phone. Call whenever convenient. And yes it is odd 

Molly McUsic | President 
The Wyss Foundation 

1601 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 800 Washington, DC 20009 
Phone: 202-232-4418 Ext. 12 
Fax: 202-232-4419 
www.wyssfoundation.org 

On Sep 19, 2015, at 11:31 AM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

Well, this is slightly embarrassing. At least no one will think it's weird that he is seeing me. Can we talk 
today? 

On Saturday, September 19, 2015, Molly McUsic < mcusic@wyssfoundation.ora > wrote: 

Dear John and Milia, 

Please please keep this confidential. If he doesn't get our job no one can know he applied. Attached is the business plan 
of the comms hub as well as a resume and bio. I will connect you to Arkadi directly in another email. Let me know if you 
need anything else. Let me know how it goes on Monday. 


Best, 


Molly 


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From: 

laurasnichols(a)vahoo.com 

To: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta(a)amail.com> 

"Jennifer Palmieri" <ipalmieri(a)americanproaress.com> 

Date: 

Subject: 

10/30/2008 4:27:31 PM 
AP fyi 


Reorting rahm has official offer. Campaign denying 
Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile 


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From: "Milia Fisher" <milia.fisher@gmail.com> 

T o: "Ervn Sepp" <esepp@equitablearowth.ora> 

Date: 6/24/2015 4:59:15 AM 

Subject: Re: FW: Press Clips for June 24th 


Thanks for this! Could be helpful for Tweets. 


On Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 1 1 :39 AM, Eryn Sepp < esepp@equitablearowth.ora > wrote: 
WCEG just got a new intern, so the daily press clips resume. I’ll send if of interest. 


From: Ova Aktas [mailto: oaktas@americanproaress.org ] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 1 1 :38 AM 
To: Equitable Growth 
Subject: Press Clips for June 24th 


Daily Press Clips 

06.24.2015 


Economic News | Political News 


Economic News | Back to Top 


Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up? 

New York Times - Thomas B. Edsall 

Society has drastically changed since the high-water mark of the 1930s and 1960s when collective movements 
captured the public imagination. Now, there is an inexorable pressure on individuals to, in effect, fly solo. 

There is very little social support for class-based protest - what used to be called solidarity. 


Who Owns Your Overtime? 

New York Times - Fran Sussner Rodgers 

Sometime in the next month, the Department of Labor is expected to announce an adjustment to the Fair 
Labor Standards Act. The change will raise the salary threshold for overtime. 

Do the roots of the racial economic gap run so deep that real solutions are out of reach? 
WonkBlog (Washington Post) - Michael A. Fletcher 

“The disparity is not the result of market forces,’’ said James H. Carr, a senior fellow at the Center for 
American Progress. “Its roots are in segregationist public policy.’’ To really attack that gap, the panelists said, 
the nation would have to make an effort as sustained as the string of policies that contributed to the situation. 


Why the Role of Business Can No Longer Be Just Business 


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Huffington Post - Paul Polman 

The reality is that while capitalism has brought unprecedented growth and prosperity, it has also perpetrated a 
flawed and dysfunctional economic system — fuelled by short-term expectations — causing growing disparities 
between rich and poor, and a disregard for natural capital. 


Political News | Back to Top 


Why the shrinking middle class is a huge problem for the next president 
Vox - Margarita Noriega 

According to the authors of a new discussion paper published by the International Monetary Fund, it is the 
poor and the middle class who deserve the most attention from politicians and policymakers. 


Milia Fisher 
(858) 395-1741 


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From: "Dennis Cheng" <d.cheng@me.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john. podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 4/3/2015 9:23:34 AM 

Subject: Re: Here's my address so please use it whenever you want! 


Thanks 

On Apr 3, 201 5, at 4:09 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


+ Dennis 

Forwarded message 

From: "John Podesta" < john.podesta@gmail.com > 

Date: Apr 3, 2015 8:58 AM 

Subject: Fwd: Here's my address so please use it whenever you want! 

To: "Marlon Marshall" < marlondmarshall@gmail.com >, "Robert Mook" < robbymook@gmail.com > 
Cc: 

Fyi 


Forwarded message 

From: "Ken Salazar" < kennethlsalazar@gmail.com > 

Date: Apr 1, 2015 3:50 PM 

Subject: Fwd: Here's my address so please use it whenever you want! 

To: "John Podesta" < John. podesta@gmail.com > 

Cc: 

Hi John, 

I hope all is well with you. I am forwarding to you my recent communications with Secretary Clinton and 
her potential candidacy. Let me know how I can help and please keep me in the loop as appropriate. 

All the best, 

Ken 

Sent from my iPad 
Begin forwarded message: 


From: Ken Salazar < kennethlsalazar@gmail. com > 

Date: March 30, 2015 at 7:58:28 PM EDT 
T o : H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > 

Subject: Re: Here's my address so please use it whenever you want! 


Hello Hillary, 

As you put your team together, in my view the two best Colorado political consultants are Mike 
Melansen and Alan Salazar. They both were architects of Governor Hickenlooper's recent win, and 
have huge experience in U.S. Senate and Governor's races, as well as supporting roles in 
Presidential ones. 

Also, you should meet Al Yates-African American, PhD in theoretical physics, former President of 
Colorado State University, founder of the Democracy Alliance, and ....the list goes on. He 
singlehandedly has in his head the data analytics of the last ten years in Colorado (funded with 
huge resources) including the explanation of why Mark Udall lost and John Hickenlooper won. I 

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always won Colorado because of him. I would like to arrange a time with him and you/ and your 
team as we get started. 

I know there are many good people in Colorado who would want to help, will help, and are seeking 
roles or have had roles with you or the President in the past. The three I mention above have no 
agenda, are smart, humble and effective. In my view, the team you put together in Colorado will be 
the keystone of your victory here. So please be cautious and on target. I am available to you or 
your team whenever you want. 

All the best, 

Ken Salazar 


Sent from my iPad 

On Feb 5, 2015, at 4:40 PM, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 


Dear Ken, 

I so enjoyed seeing you yesterday and appreciate greatly your support and friendship over the years. Stay 
tuned — I'll get back to you in a few weeks. 

All the best, H 


From: Ken Salazar < kennethlsalazar(a>gmail.com > 

Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2015 10:47:22 PM 

To: H 

Subject: Re: Here's my address so please use it whenever you want! 

My dear friend and colleague Hilary, 

I so enjoyed our meeting today. I am all in because I know you, believe in you, and share your 
values. 

I will help you as much as I can. Specifically, I would offer to (1 ) host your first fundraiser in 
Colorado at Hope's and my home (my Mom might even make it if she can); (2) help identify 
the key elected leaders in Colorado like Representative Crisanta Duran and Mayor Hancock 
of Denver and host a meeting with you and them; (3) help identify the right political talent in 
Colorado; and (4) help as needed across the nation. 

You are the best. Cesar Chavez prayed "give me the courage to serve others because in 
service there is true life." You have done so in your words and deeds and I look forward to 
your next chapter of service. 

All the best, 

Ken Salazar 


Sent from my iPad 

On Feb 4, 2015, at 11 :55 AM, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 


This message has no content. 

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"Burns Strider" <burns.strider@americanbridae.ora> 

CTRFriendsFamily <CTRFriendsFamily@americanbridae.ora> 

10/6/2014 7:42:00 AM 

MUST READ: General Shelton Talks Secretary Clinton, Education, and National Security in Recent 
Op-ed 


The Hill: Early childhood education: Investing in our children and our national security 


By U.S. Army Gen. Hugh Shelton (ret.) 
October 6, 2014 7:00 a.m. EDT 


Hillary Clinton recently said that education “is one of the most valuable assets that the United States has. It’s something that we have to continue to 
invest in, to protect and indeed to share with the rest of the world.” 


The reasons for this are endless, and some are more obvious than others. For example, a more educated workforce earns higher wages, which 
allows people to rise out of poverty and climb the economic ladder, eventually breaking the oppressive cycle of income inequality. With more money 
in their pockets, people are able to spend more on goods and services, and this increase in consumer spending grows our economy and creates 
jobs. 


But investing in education is not just beneficial for our economy - it is absolutely critical for our national security. 


The correlation between education and national security is often overlooked, not only members of the public, but by our policymakers. That is why 
I, along with 450 other retired admirals and generals, am a member of a group called Mission Readiness. Mission Readiness was launched in 2009 
to inform policymakers that the decisions they make about our children’s education today will have repercussions for our national security well into 
the future. 


Here’s why: 7 5 percent of the 1 7-24 year olds in this country are unable to serve in the military due to three main problems: they don’t meet the 
educational requirements; they have criminal records; or they are too overweight. Nearly one in four high school graduates in America who want 
to join the Army are unable to because their scores are too low to pass the military’s basic entry exam. And another one-fourth of our young 
people don’t even make it through high school in time to enlist. 


Research shows that early childhood education is the best way to address this national security issue. But no matter what career path our 
children choose, it is clear that the learning that occurs from cradle to kindergarten will affect their ability to succeed later on. 


Unfortunately, too many children today are not receiving the necessary development skills to set them up for success, either because their parents 
don’t have the resources, the time, the education, etc. 


There are two programs in particular that are aimed at making it easier for parents to help their children develop these necessary skills. 


The Home Instruction for Parents and Reschool Youngsters (HIPFY) program was founded in Israel to help “teach parents to become their child’s 
first teachers.” In 1 985, Hillary Clinton learned about this innovative program and tracked down the program’s founder and asked her to help bring 
HIPPY here to the United States. Today, HIPPY has 1 35 program sites in 21 states and the District of Columbia and serves 1 5,000 children. 


Too Small To Fail focuses on improving early learning for children ages zero to five. At the program’s launch, Hillary Clinton explained why she was 
so excited about the initiative, stating: 


“One of the best investments we can make as a nation is to give our kids the ingredients they need to develop in the first five years of life. We will 
help bring together the tools that will give children the chance to succeed by the time they’re 5, so that when those kids get to school, they’re able 
to compete, they are more able to pursue their own dreams.” 


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Let’s join together to help American children pursue their dreams and our nation secure itself for generations to come. 


Shelton is a former Special Forces soldier and served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1997 to 2001. He served 38 years in the 
military including his time as Commander in Chief of the United States Special Operations Command. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam. 


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From: "Mark J. Penn" <Mark@staawell.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1/1 1/2015 7:40:03 PM 

Subject: The story is out 


So send me any details you can. I expect us to be supportive. 


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From: "Adam Blickstein" <ablickstein@nsnetwork.org> 

T o: biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

Date: 10/22/2009 3:40:16 AM 

Subject: [big campaign] FW: Gen. Eaton: Dick Cheney Was "Incompetent War Fighter" 


http://www.nsnetwork.ore/node/1442 


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National 

Security 

Network 


Gen. Eaton: Dick Cheney Was "Incompetent War Fighter" 

Washington, D.C. - Today, National Security Network Senior Adviser Gen. Paul Eaton (Ret.), who served more than 30 
years in the United States Army and from 2003-2004 oversaw the training of the Iraqi military, responded to Dick Cheney's 
Afghanistan accusations from last night: 

"The record is clear: Dick Cheney and the Bush administration were incompetent war fighters. They ignored Afghanistan for 
7 years with a crude approach to counter-insurgency warfare best illustrated by: 1. Deny it. 2. Ignore it. 3. Bomb it. While 
our intelligence agencies called the region the greatest threat to America, the Bush White House under-resourced our military 
efforts, shifted attention to Iraq, and failed to bring to justice the masterminds of September 1 1. 

"The only time Cheney and his cabal of foreign policy 'experts' have anything to say is when they feel compelled to protect 
this failed legacy. While President Obama is tasked with cleaning up the considerable mess they left behind, they continue to 
defend torture or rewrite a legacy of indifference on Afghanistan. Simply put, Mr. Cheney sees history throughout extremely 
myopic and partisan eyes. 

"As one deeply invested in the Armed Forces of this country, I am grateful for the senior military commanders assigned to 
leading this fight and the men and women fighting on the ground. But I dismiss men like Cheney who inject partisan politics 
into the profound deliberations our Commander-in-Chief and commanders on the ground are having to develop a cohesive 
and comprehensive strategy, bringing to bear the economic and diplomatic as well as the military power, for 
Afghanistan— something Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld never did. 

"No human endeavor can be as profound as sending a nation's youth to war. I am very happy to see serious men and 
women working hard to get it right." 


### 


Adam Blickstein 
Communications Director 
National Security Network 
202-289-7113 (office) 
617-335-0859 (mobile) 
ablickstein@nsnetwork.org 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Cheryl Mills" <cheryl.mills@amail.com> 

Date: 1/4/2012 8:25:1 1 AM 

Subject: Re: Points for Memo I am writing tonight 


Anything new? 

On Thu, Dec 29, 201 1 at 1 1 :57 AM, Cheryl Mills <cheryl. mills@gmail.com> wrote: 

> John 

> 

> Happy Christmas! 

> 

> I am going to rry you today -- below is traffic in which CVC shares her 

> reaction to a set of points I did that will be the basis for the memo 

> paradigm. I will forward you the points separately so you have both her 

> thoughts/reactions as well as the outline. 

> 

> best. 

> 

> cdm 

> 

> Forwarded message 

> From: Anna James <aj66@nyu.edu> 

> Date: Thu, Dec 29, 201 1 at 9:40 AM 

> Subject: Re: Points for Memo I am writing tonight 

> To: Cheryl Mills <cheryl.mills@gmail.com> 

> 

> 

> Thank you Cheryl. I agree with the below. I think the initial announcement 

> and behavior in the first couple of months is critical to instituting new 

> norms - and protecting my father and the non-profit status of the 

> foundation. In some ways this being 2012 and Justin/ Doug perhaps supporting 

> Dad more in his political work and not at all in his Foundation work, may 

> make it an easier transition. The transition itself is contingent on having 

> the right policies / protocols and people following them (and their being 

> consequences - even rebuking - when not). I think given the respect John 

> has engendered at the Foundation already and the fact he is 'new' would 

> position him to deliver the messaging credibly, particularly if Bruce is 

> there as well (in person, on the email, on the signature of the memo 

> -whatever the right mechanisms are) - both to the 'senior' team (as defined 

> and those who see themselves as such) and to the broader Foundation/ CGI/ 

> AHG / CHAI etc. 

> Before that happens, I think its important the corporate audit feedback 

> happen - it would be great if in the first week or two of January John could 

> have another meeting - with or without Victoria and Jennifer - with both the 

> senior team and the whole staff of the Foundation (and however best to 

> incorporate CGI etc too) to announce the high level results and 

> recommendations .1 think it is crucial that happen first. 

> Separately, do you think its worth me reaching out to Doug and Justin 

> (distinctly)? I really want to have a good relationship with both for all 

> the reasons we've discussed - and I certainly want it to be clear, if 

> helpful, why I thought a professional process was so important (ie to 

> disintermediate myself so I wasn't just hearing crazy stuff). If you do 

> think that's a good idea, do you think its something that would be more 

> appropriate (and with a higher degree of success) before or after all of the 

> above? 


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> Thanks Cheryl. Hope you're having a good holiday week - its beautiful here. 

> Chelsea 

> 

> 

> On Thu, Dec 29, 201 1 at 4:53 AM, Cheryl Mills <cheryl. mills@gmail.com> 

> wrote: 

» 

» Yes 
» 

» This frame basically requires a new strong COS as point of input for 
» their advice/action (besides your father) -- it then is role of that 
» COS to translate that advice if relevant to any other activity. 

» 

» Most importantly, it separates the non-profit activity from having 
» blended employees w/ divided loyalties - non-profit activity would be 
» driven by those with dedicated foundation accountability. 

» 

» Other activity (political, for-profit, personal) is activity for which 
» the president needs support and for which he would need to pay 
» personally; a dedicated PO team/infrastructure will be most 
» cost-efficient as he spend more than half of his allocated time in 
» these activities if you recall the pie chart (likely more this coming 
» year w/ the campaign). 

» 

» This structure would - as all changes would - require associated 
» rollout of announcement of their transition/moving on from serving as 
» consultants/employees of foundation - w/ as we discussed clear 
» guidance as to whom foundation and other folks direct those ques they 
» used to direct to them. 

» 

» What else do you think might help address the overlapping 
» accountabilities that exist now (or muddle) in a transparent fashion? 

» I would welcome other thoughts you have to help drive the 
» organizational and behavior modifications necessary to create clean 
» clear lines, recognizing this memo will focus on ways of dealing w/ 

» all the president's activity (and when and where doug/justin provide 
» needed input) - the Foundation entity itself will have to have 
» internal organizational changes to get the leadership support and 
» structure it needs for the future. 

» 

» Thoughts? 

» Cdm 
» 

» On 12/29/11, aj66@nyu.edu <aj66@nyu.edu> wrote: 

» > Thank you Cheryl. Just back from card playing so I am sorry to be 
» > responding 

» > so belatedly. I worry the below recreates the existing muddle unless 
» > there 

» > is a strong chief of staff for whom Doug and Justin would work as 
» > consultants and who would be (ie the chief of stAff) the only 
» > authoritative 

» > voice to the CF, CGI, AHG etc. 

» > 

» > Original Message 

» > From: Cheryl Mills <cheryl. mills@gmail.com> 

» > Date: Wed, 28 Dec 201 1 17:36:02 
» > To: Anna James<aj66@nyu.edu> 


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» > Subject: Points for Memo I am writing tonight 
» > 

» > Chelsea 
» > 

» > Hope DR is warm and sunny! 

» > 

» > Attached are key points I think for the memo I am going to try to draft 
» > tonight and tomorrow using this frame as a reference. 

» > 

» > Welcome your comments and edits. 

» > 

» > cdm 
» > 

» > 

» 

» — 

» Sent from my mobile device 
> 

> 

> 


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From: "Adrienne Elrod" <aelrod@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Adrienne Elrod" <aelrod@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 10/27/2015 1 1 :43:54 AM 

Subject: State of the Race, 100 Days Out 


To: Volunteers and Supporters 
From: Robby Mook 
RE: State of the Race, 100 days out 
Date: October 27, 2015 

Hillary Clinton said on the first day of this campaign that we would need to work hard to earn every vote 
in everv state to win the Democratic nomination. Hillary has spent the last six months listening to voters 
across the country and offering detailed solutions that will make a real difference for families, like raising 
their wages and helping to pay for college. Meanwhile, you and 73,984 other volunteers have built a 
campaign organization capable of securing the Democratic nomination, regardless of how long the 
process takes. In every state and territory, volunteers are talking to friends and neighbors about why 
Hillary is the tenacious fighter middle class voters need to help them get ahead. 

We started with a plan and stuck to it. We were determined to focus on, and measure our progress 
against, the metrics that matter most: recruiting and training enough volunteers to turn our supporters 
out to vote; raising the resources to organize and communicate; and getting our message out. The result 
is a strong, durable campaign that is well positioned to capture a winning number of primary delegates 
and enter the general election ready to motivate millions of voters to make Hillary our 45th president. 

No candidate in this race has faced greater headwinds, or more scrutiny than Hillary Clinton. Yet, she 
stands better positioned today to win the primary and general election than any other candidate. This is a 
testament to Hi ll ary's determination and your hard work. It's also proof that Hi ll ary's message of 
fighting for families is resonating with voters nationwide. 

Emerging from October in a Stronger Position 

The pundits were right: October was a critical month for H il lary and our campaign. Hillary faced some 
key tests: the first debate, the partisan hearing on Benghazi and the JJ Dinner in Iowa. Skeptics and 
supporters alike agree: Hillary passed every test with flying colors. 

• Debate. In the first Democratic debate, H il lary won not only in the headlines (Politico: "H il lary 
Crushes It"), but also with voters by showing that she is the only candidate with the tenacity and 
vision to even the odds for families. The vast majority of polls showed her winning the debate with 
voters by a 2:1 margin. 

• Benghazi Hearing. Kevin McCarthy told the truth: Republicans established the Benghazi 
committee to hurt H il lary in the polls. They spent more than $4 million in taxpayer money doing 
it. Despite having already testified before multiple Senate and House congressional committees 
examining the issue, H il lary wanted to honor the service of the four Americans killed in the line of 
duty and contribute in any way she could to learning important lessons for the future. She spent 
11 hours diligently answering all of the Select Committee's questions. Reporters and pundits 
overwhelmingly agreed that she emerged from the hearing looking prepared, poised, and 
presidential. 

• JJ Dinner. The JJ Dinner wasn't just a test of Hillary's message, it was also a test of her 
organizational strength. It was an opportunity for the campaign to showcase how the investments 
we've made in building a volunteer infrastructure will help us to win the Iowa caucuses. Multiple 
news reports highlighted how Hillary's pre-dinner rally was by far the largest of any candidate, 
and her organizing advantage continued at the dinner itself. As CBS News reported "it was a 
spectacle that projected the strength of her campaign's organization, which was unmatched by 
the other campaigns in the room Saturday night." 

Building a Winning Organization 

We said at the beginning of this campaign that we needed to raise $100 million this year to make early, 

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strategic investments in data, technology, and personnel to build a winning organization. We are well on 
track to meet this goal and, despite making significant investments, we still have significantly more cash 
on hand than any other campaign and three times as much as Jeb Bush. 

We are on track to meet our $100 million goal, largely because of our grassroots donors. Hillary for 
America has built one of the largest donors bases of any candidate, larger than the Obama campaign 
had at roughly the same point in 2007. Our average donation is small (92% of our donations were $100 
or less) and our donor base is making history: more than 60% of our donors are women. 

Investment: Mobilization 

No campaign— on either side— has made a bigger investment in grassroots organizing than Hi ll ary for 
America. We have hundreds of organizers in key states and 33 offices in the early states alone. Our goal 
has been to build a field operation that can compete everywhere— including deep into the primary— and 
win close races. We continue to have the largest organizing presence in Iowa and New Hampshire and, 
until September, we were the only Democratic campaign operating in Nevada. We have been active in 
every other state and territory since April, with a special focus on March states, when almost 60% of the 
delegates will be chosen. Other campaigns are unlikely to have the time or resources to catch up. 

It is also worth remembering that these early investments matter for the general election, too: three of the 
four early states are likely to be contested next November. Most Republicans are foregoing the ground 
game completely and instead relying on television advertising from Super PACs to buoy their 
campaigns. As a point of comparison, with a total of 38 organizers and 8 offices, Jeb boasts the largest 
organization of any Republican candidate in the early states— a small fraction of the organization we've 
built. 

Investment: Communicating with Voters 

We made a strategic decision to be up on TV earlier and at higher levels than anyone else. This has 
allowed us to communicate our message before the airwaves get cluttered and at lower rates. Bernie 
Sanders' chief strategist has acknowledged that this decision is paying dividends for us. 

Similarly, the investments in data and analytics gives us an edge now in helping us identify and target 
voters that are receptive to our message. This also means that all of our communication— at the door, in 
the mail, on TV, etc. —will be more efficient and will save the campaign money in the long run. 

Investment: Political Outreach 

In keeping with our strategy to fight for every single vote, we have made it a priority to engage voters 
directly, as well as seek support among institutions, elected officials, community leaders and 
superdelegates. 

Unions 

With AFSCME's endorsement on Friday, we have the support of 10 national labor unions, including AFT 
and NEA, which constitute a nationwide network of teachers in virtually every state and county in the 
country. Collectively, these unions represent more than 8 mi lli on voters. We also now have support from 
more than a third of the AFF-CIO's member unions. Since an endorsement from the AFF-CIO requires a 
two-thirds vote, Hi ll ary Clinton is effectively the only candidate positioned to seek a federation 
endorsement. 

Leadership Councils 

Hillary for America has built Feadership Councils in seven states that vote in early March: Colorado, 
Georgia, Maine, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Virginia. These councils are comprised of elected 
officials, community, coalition and grassroots leaders. These leaders will amplify the campaign's message 
and outreach, helping to build the organization through grassroots events, volunteer recruitment and Get 
Out the Vote/Caucus activities. More councils will be announced in the coming weeks. 

Fast week, more than 50 African American mayors endorsed Hillary. The mayors represent a range of 
large and small cities across the country and will be joined in the coming days by additional mayors 
from across the country. 

Superdelegates 

There are 712 total superdelegates in the Democratic nomination process and Hi ll ary has enjoyed 
historical levels of support from them. Today, Hillary has more support from superdelegates than all the 
pledged delegates awarded in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina, and a third of delegates 
awarded on Super Tuesday combined. 


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Polling 

In addition to our organizational and political strength, no candidate stands in a better position with the 
actual voters who will decide the election. According to public polls ( pollster.com ): 

• H ill ary's favorability with Democratic voters has remained sky high (close to 80%). In fact, she 
has a higher favorability rating among primary voters than any Democratic candidate, and any 
Republican candidate does with Republican primary voters. 

• On average, she has a strong double-digit lead of 25 points in national polling— more than double 
her closest opponent. 

Of course, we are the first campaign to acknowledge that the primary is not a national election but a 
series of state races. Hillary is also strong at the state level: 

• In Iowa, Hillary has an average lead of nearly 10 points. 

• In New Hampshire, public polls since the presidential debate show a tight race including three 
recent polls that have her leading. 

• In Nevada, South Carolina, and the key March states, Hillary enjoys strong double-digit leads. 
Here are just a few examples from those critical states: 

o FL: +39 

o GA: +36 
O MA: +34 
O MI: +13 
O NC: +35 
O NV: +26 
O OH: +19 
O SC: +27 
o TX: +12 
o VA: +17 

Underscoring her strength as a candidate, Hillary has tremendous leads of between 30-40 point with 
three key groups: women, African-Americans and Latinos. These voters will not only be decisive in the 
primary, but will also play a critical role in determining the president next November. 

More Challenges Ahead 

Although we are proud that Hillary is in such a strong position today, we have said from the beginning 
that becoming the first female nominee of a major party would not be easy. We recognize there are 
challenges ahead as we seek to earn every caucus goer and vote. 

The Koch Brothers alone have committed almost a billion dollars to tear down H ill ary Clinton and we 
will continue to depend on our grassroots supporters to provide us with the resources we need to compete. 
We started this campaign with millions fewer emails than President Obama had during his 2012 re-elect, 
the first presidential campaign in the Super PAC era. We will continue to aggressively organize online to 
build an unprecedented grassroots list that can help us fight back against the Super PACs. 

But our campaign and our candidate have withstood a significant early test and have emerged in a 
strong position to win. Just as she did over the summer, Hill ary Clinton will remain focused on the 
families she's fighting for, and her campaign will remain focused on building the kind of organization it 
takes to win. 


Adrienne K. Elrod 

Director of Strategic Communications & Amplification 
Hillary For America 

www.hillaryclinton.com 

@adrienneelrod 


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From: "Burns Strider" <burns.strider@americanbridae.ora> 

T o: CTRFriendsFamily <CTRFriendsFamily@americanbridae.ora> 

Date: 12/15/2014 8:27:41 AM 

Subject: Fortune: “Hillary Clinton spurs 'gender data revolution'” 


Fortune: “Hillary Clinton spurs 'gender data revolution'” 


By Caroline Fairchild 
December 15, 2014, 3:03 p.m. EST 


[Subtitle:] Through Data2x, Clinton unveiled new partnerships to improve data collection and help address gender issues around the world. 


There’s not much news in Hillary Clinton getting on a stage to champion women and girls. The former First Lady turned former Secretary of State 
turned rumored presidential candidate has made the economic progress of women a priority throughout her career. Yet after years of finding her 
efforts being met with mostly indifference, Clinton is perfecting her approach. 


On Monday, Clinton announced six new partnerships with global organizations to power a “gender data revolution.” Data2X, an initiative announced 
by Clinton in 2012, is working to use data to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment. An initiative led by the United Nations Foundation 
with support from the William and Flora Flewlett Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Clinton Foundation, Data2x provides a 
platform for global leaders to foster greater collaboration on the topic of gender data in global development. Gender data around the world on key 
topics remains limited, and Data2x is focused on creating partnership that will create a full picture of the lives of women and girls. Moreover, without 
the right data, Clinton feels that you can’t make the case for why public policies around the world need to change. 


“I got tired of seeing otherwise thoughtful people smile and nod when I raised these issues [women and girls],” said Clinton at an event at Bloomberg 
Philanthropies in New York. “Foreign leaders, business executives, even senior officials in our own government. You can just see the wheels 
turning, like, ‘Oh right, I knew she was going to raise women and girls. I will just smile, it will pass and then we’ll talk about really important things.’ 
Over and over again this was an experience I had.” 


Data2x has identified 28 gaps in data on women across health, education, economic opportunities, political participation and human security. 
Several years ago in India, for example, only 6% of women were officially counted as employed. After further research, it was discovered that 
women do six hours of unpaid work on average outside of the traditional economy every day. If leaders in India brought these women into the paid 
economy at the same level as men, the country’s GDP would increase by $1 .7 trillion. 


This, says Clinton, is just one of countless ways that the numbers can support a case for a shift in how leaders are addressing the issues. The 
International Labour Organization, the World Bank and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations are working specifically to help 
implement news definitions of work and employment with problems like the one in India in mind. 


“If you don’t measure, you can’t manage. You can’t understand what the problem is,” said Clinton. “It’s not enough any longer to make the case on 
moral rights grounds. . .We are not making the progress we should be if that is the principle, and in sometimes exclusive, argument that we are 
making.” 


Other new partnerships through Data2x include an effort to get more women access to financial services. There is an estimated $300 billion credit 
shortage for women-owned companies in emerging economies, and the Global Banking Alliance for Women along with the International American 
Development Bank are collaborating to provide sex-disaggregated data by banks around the world. 


Clinton announced the news partnerships along with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, United Nations Foundation President and 
CEO Kathy Calvin, and her daughter Chelsea Clinton. Prior to addressing the crowd, Bloomberg shared that a few years ago Bloomberg 
Philanthropies started working to address maternal deaths in Tanzania. Suffering from one of the highest maternal death rates in the world, 

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Bloomberg dove into the numbers and discovered that there is one doctor for every 50,000 people. Upgrading health facilities and training non- 
physicians to provide emergency care create more opportunities for Tanzanian women to get the care they need. 


“There are so many other opportunities to improve lives that the world is not effectively tracking because we don’t have that data,” he said. “If you 
get the data, you can really target your resources and make a big difference.” 


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From: "Tara McGuinness" <tmcauinness@proaressivemediausa.ora> 

T o: rduncan@proaressivemediausa.ora 

biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 
Date: 6/25/2008 4:22:20 AM 

Subject: [big campaign] RE: [blog-cabal] Media Monitoring Report - Morning 06/25/08 


Lobbyist Rick Davis defends Lobbyist Charlie Black - stunning. 


From: blog-cabal@googlegroups.com [mailto:blog-cabal@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Ryan Duncan 
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 11:22 AM 
To: bigcampaign@googlegroups.com 

Subject: [blog-cabal] Media Monitoring Report - Morning 06/25/08 

Main Topics: Rick Davis on Charlie Black, McCain & Evangelicals/Conservatives 

Summary of Shift: Not a lot of McCain coverage overall this morning. Highlights pertaining to McCain include Rick Davis 
speaking on Charlie Black not going anywhere, and some coverage of his energy plan campaign. Other McCain highlights 
were a piece relating to religion, and local Los Angeles coverage of McCain's energy speeches in the area. The main topics 
overall included Obama assisting Hillary Clinton with her campaign debt, the shooting by a worker in a plant in Kentucky, the 
wildfires in California, and the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling rejecting the idea of the death penalty for child rape. 

Highlights: 

1. MSNBC: Davis: Charlie Black not Going Anywhere 

2. FNC: McCain's Failures To Rally Conservatives and Evangelicals Around His Campaign Examined 

3. MSNBC: McCain is the "Comfortable Shoe," Election Will be a Referendum on Obama 

4. NBC: Letterman: "Grandpa's Losing It" 

5. CNN: Obama Leads McCain in New Poll, LA Times/Bloomberg: Obama Up By 12 Points (No Clip) 

6. FNC: McCain Interested in Only Superficial Fixes for Energy Problem (No Clip) 

Local Highlights: 

LA-KNBC-4: Local News Highlights McCain Embarrassments Over Lobbyists and Charlie Black Comments 
Local Los Angeles News Covers McCain Energy Speech in Santa Barbara, Many Protesters Shown (No Clip) 

McCain's Fundraiser in Santa Barbara Covered By Local Press (No Clip) 

Clips: 

Highlight #1 

Davis: Charlie Black not Going Anywhere (MSNBC 06/24/08 7:50am) 

JOE SCARBOROUGH: Let's bring you right now McCain campaign manager Rick Davis. 

[. . .] 

SCARBOROUGH: I'm not much of a numbers guy but these numbers don't look good . . . Newsweek has Obama up by 15, 
LA Times, Obama up by 12. ABC/Washington Post up by six, ABC/Gallup up by six. What's going on and how does your 
guy catch up? 

RICK DAVIS: . . . look, we've got work to do. It's early. Feel very good about the fact we're well positioned with voters . . . 
I feel very bullish about it. 

[. . .] 

DAVIS: No question there's a challenge for our campaign with the challenges that are out there economically with the 
American public. I think John McCain has talked a lot about the fact we need to have immediate action for the American 
people. That's why he offered up before the holiday season started this summer a gas tax holiday. Obama opposed it. . . 

SCARBOROUGH: Almost every economist disagrees with that. I'm not so sure that working class voters agree with the 
economists. Let me ask you about the other two issues. War in Iraq. The polls seem split right now. On terrorism John 
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will be positive for the McCain campaign? 

DAVIS: No, Charlie is wrong in his comments and Senator McCain said so the other day and I'm sure Charlie regrets them 
and — 

SCARBOROUGH: Is Charlie going to come out and apologize? 

DAVIS: Joe, the bottom line is, the American people have figured out that the guy who is best able to serve his commander 
in chief the first day he's elected to president is John McCain. The fact they recognize that is a huge step forward for our 
campaign. It gives us an opportunity to have a dialogue on them out of some kind of level of knowledge and respect that the 
American people are showing the senator in this regard. It's a very positive thing. It's good. We would never extrapolate that 
into the kind of discussion you're talking about. 

SCARBOROUGH: Rick, Charlie has apologized. Has senator McCain accepted the apology and will he be staying with the 
campaign? 

DAVIS: Sure. Charlie is not going anywhere. The senator understands that all of us make mistakes in the course of a 
campaign. It wouldn't be a campaign if that didn't happen. 

[. . .] 

Highlight #2 

McCain 's Failures To Rally Conservatives and Evangelicals Around His Campaign Examined (FNC, 06/25/08, 7:20am) 

[...] 

GRETCHEN CARLSON: Alright. If John McCain isn't actively pursuing the evangelical vote, what about the conservative 
vote? Can you parse that away from evangelicals? 

MARGERET HOOVER: Absolutely! This is a really good point, and I'm so glad you brought this up. Conservatives, 
traditionally we thought of conservatives as the three-legged stool. Economic, social conservatives, and national security 
conservatives. That was Reagan's coalition. We have made the mistake, now a days, trying to pull that coalition still together, 
when they are really very separate groups that believe different things. John McCain is going after economic conservatives, 
national security conservatives. He is not reaching out, or trying to get social conservatives , like James Dobson, to vote for 
him. And James Dobson has said, he's not going to. 

[...] 

CARLSON: You believe John, that McCain has shored up the conservative base in the GOP. 

JOHN AVLON: Polls show that John McCain has done a very good job of uniting his party around him. Folks who said, as a 
matter of principle, never support John McCain, most of those folks are falling into line. And so I think McCain deserves 
a lot of credit for uniting the republican party around his candidacy, because they understand that John McCain is 
the single best hope republicans have for holding onto the White House. And it's because of his independence, not in 
spite of it. His brand of patriotism, political reform, fiscal discipline, and national security, that's things that republicans 
should look forward to. 

CARLSON: And yet, a new poll shows that only 58% of the conservative base is rallying around John McCain. So it 
remains to be see whether they will actually show up in November. 

HOOVER: Lot's of work to do. Definitely lots of work to do. 

Highlight #3 

McCain is the "Comfortable Shoe, " Election Will be a Referendum on Obama (MSNBC 06/24/08 8:39am) 

JOE SCARBOROUGH: Not looking good . . . how does John McCain claw his way back into this race? 

CHUCK TODD: Well look, I think you do it by making this a referendum on Barack Obama. I think that that's their intent. I 
think that that's what this campaign is going to be about. . . it's always going to be a question about Obama. I think that's 
what McCain wants this to be. McCain's going to be kind of the comfortable shoe. The safety net ... if you're just not 
comfortable enough with Obama you'll be just comfortable enough with McCain . . . 


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Highlight #4 

Letterman: "Grandpa's Losing It" (CBS 06/24/08 11:44pm) 

NARRATOR: Yesterday, John McCain offered $300 million to anyone who developed an environmentally friendly car 
battery. Sadly, there is no such offer. You see, the Senator is a very old man who is getting by on little to no sleep. When he 
gets tired, he says crazy things. This morning he offered m $500 million to get his glasses. John McCain: Grandpa's Losing 
It. 

Local Highlight #1 

Local News Highlights McCain Embarrassments Over Lobbyists and Charlie Black Comments (LA-KNBC-4, 06/24/08, 
6:48pm) 

STEVE HANDELSMAN: [...] This is just the latest in a string of staff embarrassments for McCain, who's had to let go staff 
who turned out to be lobbying on the side. But Charlie Black might survive, in part, because he's so very very close 
personally with McCain. And in part, because so many people in the political world believe what Charlie Black said is actually 
true. Whatever John McCain said about what Charlie Black said. [. . .] 


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From: "Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 7/26/2015 1 :50:48 AM 

Subject: Re: We doing the Cheryl call this am? 


Sorry I'm just seeing this. I was told it was cancelled because you 
were on the west coast. 


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From: "Austin Beutner" <Austin@emsawimi.com> 

T o: "Kantor, Mickey" <MKantor@mayerbrown.com> 

Date: 12/21/2015 7:06:13 PM 

Subject: Re: Debuque/vision to learn 


Thx, Mickey 

The program provides those most in need a chance to succeed in school and in life. It's a great example of an 
innovative public/private partnership enabled by the ACA and it's great TV. Hard not to smile when watching the 
Secretary putting glasses on an elementary school kid who is seeing the world clearly for the first time. And it's a 
safe way into education as we've the support of both teachers unions (pres of CTA is on our board) and 
reformers (Broad Foundation is a donor). 

Might provide the networks with some good footage beyond the fog of trying to cover caucus goers. 

Much more at visiontolearn.org 
A 


Austin Beutner 
austin@emsawimi.com 
(424) 785-4351 

On Dec 21 , 201 5, at 4:21 PM, "Kantor, Mickey" < MKantor@mayerbrown.com > wrote: 


John-vision to learn is a program to provide access to eye doctors and -when needed - glasses to first-third and fifth 
graders, we are now opersting in 4 srtates just after 2.5 years. We have screened over 250 thousand kids and provided 
over 35 thousand pairs of glasses. Iowa is the latest state we have entered. We are beginning to operate in dubuque. We 
will have a formal inaugeration between jan 25 and jan 29. We would set the date consistent with hillary's schedule. In 
almost all cases we have a bus that visits a school with the appropriate medical personnel to screen the kids — qand for 
those needing glasses we provide them usually within two weeks, by the way we give them a choice of frames from about 
100 examples. Its a perfect for hillaryb and the vtl program in iowa. I serve as co-chair with austin beutnerfits his idea and 
initiative-he's the former publisher of the l.a times) and ann hoi lister is the executive director. Is there someone ann could 
talk with to see if this works? Please let me know and happy holidays to you and your family— mickey 


From: Ann Hollister f mailto:ahollister@visiontolearn.orq 1 
Sent: Monday, December 21, 2015 05:50 PM 
To: Kantor, Mickey 
Subject: Debuque 

Hi Mickey, We can do an event in Debuque with Hillary anytime between Jan 20th and Jan 29th. Kids will 
be screened and glasses will be in hand and ready to be distributed. Now that we have this nailed down 
does it make sense to follow up with any of the campaign staff? Thanks, Ann 

Ann Hollister 

Executive Director, Vision To Learn 
(310) 893-2306 
(310) 600-5809 (cell) 
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"Chris Jennings" <ccj@jenninasps.com> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Ann O'Leary" <aoleary@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Jake Sullivan" <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> 

11/23/2015 7:13:04 AM 

Follow-up to Question re UnitedHealthcare and Implications 
HRC Campaign Memo re United-ACA status. 1 1 .23.15.docx 


John: Following up on your call last night, I tried to quickly pull together the attached semi-comprehensive, but 
hopefully easy to read backgrounder on the UnitedHealthcare situation and the broader dynamics/implications/ 
questions that are raised around it. I present the conflicting issues around plan positioning, enrollment and risk 
selection. I think you will find it to be consistent with our conversation. You will note that besides raising the 
issues, I make a recommendation about HRC being a bit more aggressive about the need to strengthen the ACA 
over time. I also raise a few very preliminary new policy outlines that may spur further conversations with Ann, 
Jake and the rest of the team. Hope helpful for you all. 

Chris 

Chris Jennings 
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T o: "Ginger Gold (aaold@njea.org)" <aaold@njea.ora> 

"Spiller Sean?? USSpiller@njea.oraY)" <SSpiller@njea.ora> 

"MIKE FLYNN Umflynn@njea.orgV)" <mflynn@njea.org> 

"Barbara Keshishian \(bkeshishian@njea.org\)" <bkeshishian@njea.org> 
"JOYCE POWELL - NJEA \(jpowell@njea.org\)" <jpowell@njea.org> 
"Chairman John Currie Vpcdemsrita@gmail.com\)" <pcdemsrita@gmail.com> 
"Anne Sciaino Uasciaino@hillaryclinton.comV)" <asciaino@hillaryclinton.com> 
Date: 10/16/2015 8:22:47 AM 

Subject: FW: October 27th - Invitation/FI I ILLARY BIRTHDAY AT PHIL SELLINGERS 


Joyce, Ginger, Sean , Mike, Barbara, 

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N.J. FINANCE COMMITTEE are most appreciative of the NJEA being a part of our 10/27 event at Phil 
Sellinger's home. We need to send our message nationwide that New Jersey is playing a major role in electing 
Secretary Hillary Clinton as our next President of the United States. Thank you all for the great work that you do 
for our children and making New Jersey number 1 in Education. Best, 

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"Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 
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From: "Cheryl Mills" <chervl. mills@gmail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john. podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 4/1 1/2015 4:29:28 AM 

Subject: Re: Opposition Message 


Have a call at 1 pm and can revert then 
cdm 

On Apr 1 1, 2015, at 11:13 AM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


Where are we on CF/CHAI? 

On Apr 1 1 , 201 5 4:42 AM, "Cheryl Mills" < chervl. mills@gmail.com > wrote: 
cdm 

Begin forwarded message: 


From: Minyon Moore < Minyon.Moore@deweysquare.com > 

Date: April 8, 2015 at 9:57:31 AM EDT 

To: 'Cheryl Mills' < chervl. mills@gmail.com > 

Subject: FW: Opposition Message 


FYI .... 


From: Celinda Lake [ mailto:clake(a)lakeresearch.com 1 

Sent: Tuesday, April 07, 2015 10:07 PM 

To: Minyon Moore 

Subject: Fw: Opposition Message 


For a client we have been testing jeb bush's economic message. It has been remarkably strong. 
Getting even half of african americans and democrats and two thirds of latinos. Some thought it 
ended too harsh. But the perspective on the economy has really worked. Now we didn't tell people 
this was from bush. But its a warning 


From: Luke Harville 

Sent: Tuesday, April 7, 2015 10:01:28 PM 
To: Celinda Lake 

Subject: FW: Opposition Message 


Our economic recovery has been everywhere but in family paychecks for tens of millions of 
Americans. Working Americans have a right to be frustrated because they see only a small portion 
of the country riding the economy’s up escalator; more of us deserve to get on. Americans are 
working harder than ever, more than ever, and earning less than they once did. The answer to 
closing this opportunity gap is smaller government, lower taxes, and less government involvement 
so our innovators and our small businesses can get operating again. 


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(john.podesta@gmail.com) 

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Nightly Recap Call 

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From: "Joshua C. Teitelbaum" <jct48@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "Law Faculty and Visitors" <LawFacultyandVisitors@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 9/17/2015 1 1:1 1:33 AM 
Subject: Normal Birnbaum seminar 


Dear Colleagues, 

Because of the Pope's visit to Washington, DC on September 23-24, Norman Birnbaum's next seminar has been rescheduled from 
Thursday, September 24 to Thursday, October 1, 2015. 

Here is the revised schedule for the remainder of the semester. All sessions will meet from 1:20 PM to 3:00 PM in McDonough 
588. 

Thursday, October 1 
Thursday, October 15 
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"Ari Rabin-Havt" <ari@rabinhavt.com> 

Ajentleson@americanproaress.org 
11/5/2009 10:11:03 AM 

[big campaign] Re: Astroturf In Action: Right-Wing Billionaire David Koch Pays For 40 Buses To 
Haul In Protesters 


Details on AFP funding from conservative transparency: 

http://mediamattersaction.org/transparency/oraanization/Americans for Prosperity Foundation/funders 
On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 4:33 PM, Adam Jentleson < Ajentleson@americanprogress.org > wrote: 

Astroturf In Action: Right-Wing Billionaire David Koch Pays For 40 
Buses To Haul In Protesters 


http://thinkprogress.org/2009/11/05/david-koch-astroturf/ 


Americans for Prosperity (AFP), the corporate front group founded in the 1980s by Koch Industries billionaire 
David Koch, worked closely with Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) to orchestrate the anti-health 
reform rally today. As ThinkProgress reported yesterday, AFP has been encouraging right-wing activists to 
board their buses — free of charge — to attend the rally . While AFP does not disclose all of its corporate 
donors, foundations controlled by David and Charles Koch provide millions in yearly funding, and David 
continues to chair the AFP foundation and preside over AFP’s annual convention. 

ThinkProgress found at least a dozen AFP staffers standing at their designated bus drop off point near the 
Capitol, handing out signs, directions, talking points, petitions, and donuts to protesters. Many of the people 
who work at AFP are longtime Republican operatives, like Ben Marchi , the AFP Virginia director who 
previously worked for the National Republican Congressional Committee and for Rep. Tom Delay (R-TX). 

Victor Zapanta produced this video report of AFP staffers talking about their exploits at the rally today: 

AFP STAFFERS: We have 25 buses just from Pennsylvania, New Jersey we probably have 5 or 6 from 
Maryland. 

AFP STAFFERS: We have about 40 buses coming. 

Watch it: 

David Koch’s AFP has a long history of marshaling “grassroots” support for GOP objectives. In the early 
1990s, AFP, then known as Citizens for a Sound Economy. worked secretly with then-Rep. Newt Gingrich (R- 

GA) to organize angry crowds following the Clintons as they touted their health reform bill. Industry money from 
health insurance, telecommunications, oil, and other companies has flowed freely to AFP over the years to 
help AFP promote an agenda of boosting the rich, stripping consumer safeguards, and maintaining corporate 
monopolies. Phillip Morris rented out AFP from the Koch family, contributing millions to the organization in 
exchange for AFP to build opposition to tobacco regulations. 

AFP’s daily activities are managed by Tim Phillips , an infamous astroturf lobbyist who built a career using 
Christian front groups to wage stealth campaigns. For example, his work includes fighting under the radar to 
promote energy deregulation for Enron and helping Jack Abramoff clients continue forced abortion 
sweatshops in the Northern Mariana Islands. 

Will the media report on the true driver of today’s rally? Or will they leave David Koch out of the equation, 
despite his hand-in-glove involvement. 


Adam Jentleson 

Communications Director, Progressive Media 
Center for American Progress Action Fund 
ajentleson@americanproaress action .ora 
ajentleson (AIM) 

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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Tony Podesta" <podesta@podesta.com> 

Date: 3/13/2016 9:04:34 AM 

Subject: Re: Ok if Kate comes with me??? 


Sure 

On Sunday, March 13, 2016, Tony Podesta < podesta@podesta.com > wrote: 
Please let me know either way 

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To: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.oodesta(a)amail.com> 


"Chervl Mills" <chervl.mills(a)qmail.com> 

Date: 

5/8/2015 8:23:21 AM 

Subject: 

RE: Gowdy 


Why don't I wait until 3:00 pm? But happy to do so. 


From: John Podesta [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com] 

Sent: Friday, May 08, 2015 11:22 AM 
To: Kendall, David; Cheryl Mills 
Subject: Gowdy 

Make any sense to call him directly rather than going through Grooms? Definitely help our planning to get a sense of where 
we are headed. 


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"Melissa Cantrell" <mcantrell@hillarydinton.com> 
"HRC Rapid" <HRCRapid@hillaryclinton.com> 
7/23/2015 4:15:59 AM 
July 23 Morning Cable News Roundup 
7.23.15 Morning Cable. docx 


Document attached, 2016 highlights below: 

Fox News' Fox and Friends: Donald T rump will be in Laredo, TX today; T rump will also meet with law 
enforcement officials and hold a town hall meeting; anchors reported that another congressional hearing will be 
held today, this time concerning sanctuary cities; Hasselbeck criticized liberals for lacking compassion and 
common sense; Hasselbeck reported Nancy Pelosi is calling Kate’s Law “Trump’s Law”; Clayton said Democrats 
are trying to politicize the issue and spin it as an attack against Trump; played a clip of Brad Steinle praising 
Trump for calling his family, but said Kate’s Law is not Trump’s law, it’s common sense; Doocy said it was 
disgusting how Pelosi was trying to smear Trump and Republicans; Doocy said it is universally accepted that the 
San Francisco sheriff blew it. Segment about the Senate Judiciary hearing from yesterday; a woman whose son 
was killed by an illegal immigrants said Trump was an advocate for people like her, and she expressed her 
strong support for him; the woman called Trump her hero. A new Fox News poll shows Americans are not happy 
with the economy; Clayton said HRC has to answer for the poor economic recovery as well, because she was 
part of the Obama Administration; Varney said HRC could not separate herself from Obama’s poor handling of 
the economy because she was Secretary of State for four years while he was President; Varney said HRC is 
closely tied to the Obama Administration’s failures; Doocy and Varney said the only way to fix the economy is 
grow the wages of the middle class. 


MSNBC's Morning Joe: Trump is visiting a Texas border town today. Trump accused Perry of failing to secure 
America's southern border and Perry struck back at Trump's "toxic mix of demagoguery." For Perry, this is a 
good opportunity to get on the news and set himself apart as Trump's alternative. Perry channeled military 
service in his attack against Trump. Also said it was a little much calling him a cancer and his tone was 
aggressive. Bill Kristol said he’s always thought Trump would run as a third party candidate. HRC will be in South 
Carolina today campaigning on the economy. Polls yesterday showed her unfavorable in swing states Iowa, 
Virginia, and Colorado. The campaign says the current sample versus the exit polls in the last presidential 
election show models that are far less favorable for Democrats. Bill Kristol said he would be worried if he were 
HRC’s campaign. Joe Scarborough says he doesn’t know what she can do in the coming months to turn it 
around. He also said HRC loves Trump because it would be the summer of Sanders and HRC not gaining 
traction if he wasn’t sucking up all the media coverage. Lanhee Chen said HRC’s biggest underlying problem is 
that people don’t trust her and HRC is trying to get left but there’s no space over there (left on trade, left on 
taxes) but HRC is in trouble regardless of Trump. Willie Geist said Republicans should be encouraged that there 
is nothing inevitable about HRC. Bill Kristol said Trump has tapped into people that don’t want the same old 
politician and that’s bad news for HRC. Bill Clinton and George W. Bush on the cover of TIME. On HRC, Bill said 
that the first three times he asked her to marry him she said no and told her to run for office and HRC said she’s 
too aggressive and no one would vote for her. Part of Bush/Clinton relationship was because of the note 41 left 
to 42. They do speaking gigs together and they make fun of each other and call each other out. It’s a 
fascinating relationship because the pair could be the husband or the brother of the next president. 


CNN's New Day: T rump threatens third party run if he feels that the RNC will not be fair to him during the 
primary season. Trump also going to visit the US-Mexico border. Chris Cuomo states that polls show that Trump 
would take a bigger chunk of Jeb Bush's votes than Hillary Clinton's if he ran as a third party candidate. Dana 
Bash states that Republicans are afraid of the "Ross Perot scenario." RNC put out a statement that criticized 
Trump and his threat to a third party run is born from those statements. Trump is visiting the US-Mexico border 
because the head of the local border patrol union has been active in asking candidates to come to the 
border. Trump on Anderson Cooper says that he doesn't like to make a lot of mistakes and states, "why do you 
have to repent, why do you have to ask for forgiveness if you're not making mistakes?" Margaret Hoover, 
Republican Consultant, claims that the difference between Ross Perot and Donald Trump is that Perot stood for 
something: balancing the budget and fiscal responsibility, but Trump just stands against all the other Republican 
candidates. John Avion states that Ross Perot ran as a very centrist third party candidate which is very different 
from Trump's far right candidacy. Alisyn Camerota states that she has spoken to voters who truly believe Trump 
will make America great again and that he embodies the American success story. Reuters "Fantasy Poll" of 

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From: "Rob Puentes. Brookings Institution" <metro@brookinas.edu> 


T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 9/30/2015 1 1:02:05 AM 


Subject: New Census Data on Commuting, Ob ama’s Clean Power Plan, and More 


View in browser 


J Metropolitan Infrastructure Initiative 


September 30, 2015 


With the Obama Administration’s new initiative to accelerate infrastructure projects, we are 
continuing our work on innovative infrastructure finance with a focus on procurement challenges. 
We also look at how the administration’s Clean Power Plan plays out in metros and have begun 
analyzing the new American Community Survey, beginning with commuting trends. 


J Vehicles travel north from 
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Opportunities 



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Improving America's 
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Robert Puentes and Patrick Sabol 

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CENSUS COMMUTE DATA 


Many metro areas stuck in neutral according to new Census 
commute data 

Joseph Kane and Adie Tomer 

Since 2000, American commuters more likely to work from home or 
use alternate modes 

Joseph Kane and Adie Tomer 


ENERGY COMMENTARY 


The Clean Power Plan shouldn’t discourage the work needed around 
energy demand 

Adie Tomer 

Metro energy production a big part of the Clean Power Plan 

Joseph Kane, Adie Tomer and Robert Puentes 

How will the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan affect 
Metro areas? 

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INFRASTRUCTURE JOBS SERIES 


As summer construction winds down, transportation jobs challenge 
still looms large 

Joseph Kane and Robert Puentes 


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From: "Cheryl Mills" <chervl. mills@amail.com> 

T o: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 7/24/2015 4:1 1 :55 AM 

Subject: Re: Get on phone 1 1 15 am? 


same number? 


On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 11:11 AM, Jennifer Palmieri < jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Folks available to get on phone now for quick call to update? 


From: Kendall, David lmailto: DKenda I l@wc.com ] 

Sent: Friday, July 24, 2015 10:39 AM 

To: Nick Merrill < nmerrill@hillarvclinton.com >; Brian Fallon < bfallon@hillarvclinton.com > 

Cc: Christina Reynolds < crevnolds@hillarvclinton.com >: Cheryl Mills < chervl.mills@email.com >; Fleather Samuelson 
< hsamuelson@cdmillseroup.com >: Tony Carrk < tcarrk@hillarvclinton.com >; Jennifer Palmieri 

< jpa I mieri@hillarvclinton.com >: Turner. Katherine < KTurner@wc.com >: Huma Abedin < hal6@hillarvclinton.com > 
Subject: Report from the Flill 


It appears that the 1C IG (not State IG) has sent a notification to Congress (maybe only to FI PSCI— unclear) describing the work 
the 1C IG has been doing recently (unclear if a general report or one only focusing on 55,000 pages). As to the FIRC emails, the 
report explicitly states that none of those emails bore classification or dissemination-limitation markings. It goes on to say 
that its own 1C IG review of the 55,000 pages determined that at least 4 of these emails should have been classified "secret" on 
account of them containing 1C information subject to such classification and thata thumb drive containing these emails is 
presently in the possession of David Kendall (that would be me) at Williams & Connolly. The matter has been referred to 
counterintelligence officials at State and the 1C (National Counterterrorism & Security Center) and the FBI. 


This appears to be the only reference to a "referral" in the notification. 


David E. Kendall 
Williams & Connolly LLP 

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From: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Matt Paul" <mpaul@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 1/9/2016 1 :51 :55 AM 

Subject: Re: Brady Campaign endorsement 


Great for CNN interview too. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Jan 8, 2016, at 10:57 PM, Matt Paul < mpaul@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Yes. We will just in to Ames event. Closer to DSM and better market for this. We will make it work. 

On Friday, January 8, 2016, Corey Ciorciari < cciorciari@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 

Just got off the phone with Dan Gross, head of Brady. He thinks Tuesday in Iowa can work but has to 
check in with his lawyers tomorrow. 

Matt- is confirmation tomorrow afternoon too late? 


On Fri, Jan 8, 2016 at 9:47 PM, Matt Paul < mpaul@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 
Yes 


On Friday, January 8, 2016, Dan Schwerin < dschwerin@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 

+ Huma, Matt & Corey. If Brady folks wanted to come to Iowa on Tuesday to do in person, would we 
want that? 

On Jan 8, 2016, at 8:46 PM, Jennifer Palmieri <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Great 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Jan 8, 2016, at 8:23 PM, Robby Mook <re47@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Per our calendar, tues seems ideal 

On Fri, Jan 8, 2016 at 7:29 PM, Dan Schwerin <dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
One more element to throw into the mix for next week: Corey is pretty confident we can 
get the Brady Campaign to endorse. Maybe as early as Tuesday. Should we tell him to 
press forward with that? 


Corey Ciorciari 
Policy Department 
Hillary for America 
@C oreyC iorc iari 


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From: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 9/16/2015 1 :35:41 PM 

Subject: Re: Response to Jeb SecState hit 


+jp66 

On Wed, Sep 16, 2015 at 8:27 PM, Milia Fisher < mfisher@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Republicans attacking @HillaryClinton's tenure as Secretary of State. Before it was political season, they 
praised it: https://www.hillaryclinton.eom/p/briefina/factsheets/2015/07/20/aop-praise/ 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
mfisher@hillaryclinton.com 
c: 858.395.1741 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
mfisher@hillaryclinton.com 
c: 858.395.1741 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: Wendy <wabrams1@amail.com> 

Date: 7/19/2015 9:46:23 AM 

Subject: Re: Greetings from Italy! 


Nope. Enforcer. 

On Sunday, July 19, 2015, Wendy < wabrams1 @amail.com > wrote: 

Or master chef!! 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Jul 19, 2015, at 6:58 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 

Nice. Did you get the lowdown on what the Podesta' did? 

On Sunday, July 19, 2015, Wendy < wabrams1 @gmail.com > wrote: 


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From: "Stan Greenberg" <sareenbera@aqrr.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Paul Beaala" <pbeaala@hatcreekent.com> 
"Susan McCue" <susan0412@myaetherbb.com> 
"Zach Schwartz" <zschwartz@shanarila.us> 
Date: 2/5/2008 4:59:31 AM 

Subject: Re: making the bush economy permanent 


No. 

It is true what people think they are asked to make permanent are tax cuts for the wealthy. 

Stan 

On 2/5/08 11:45 AM, "John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> wrote: 

As you can see from today's Progress Report, I'm hot on changing the frame from attacking R's who 
want to make Bush's tax cuts permanent to attacking them for wanting to make Bush's economy or 
economic program permanent. Ask voters how they feel about that! Has DCorps tested this at all. 


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From: "Mike Lux" <Mlux@proaressivestrateaies.net> 

T o: ajentleson@americanproaress.ora 

biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 
Date: 3/26/2010 4:55:04 AM 

Subject: RE: [big campaign] GOP Rep. Olson Calls Palin's Crosshairs "Inappropriate" 


This is a very common tactic of theirs. Whenever the rhetoric, and sometimes even actual events like vandalism or worse, gets so overheated on 
their side that the media starts to notice, Republicans start to say that both sides are equally at fault and make up phony examples. They did this in 
the 2008 campaign a lot because of all the ugly things being said coming from the crowds showing up at Republican rallies. 


Mike Lux 
CEO 

Progressive Strategies, L.L.C. 

1015 18th Street NW 
Suite 204 

Washington, D.C. 20006 
202-628-7771 

mlux@proaressivestrateaies.net 
Check out my blog at www. open left, com 


From: bigcampaign@googlegroups.com [mailto:bigcampaign@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Adam Jentleson 
Sent: Friday, March 26, 2010 11:48 AM 
To: 'bigcampaign@googlegroups.com' 

Subject: [big campaign] GOP Rep. Olson Calls Palin's Crosshairs "Inappropriate" 

GOP congressman: Palin’s ‘reload’ map with crosshairs targeted at 
House Democrats is ‘inappropriate.’ 

By Lee Fang on Mar 25th, 2010 at 8:30 pm 
http://thinkproaress.ora/2010/03/25/olson-palin-inappropriate/ 


Since the House passed health care reform on Sunday, Democratic lawmakers who voted for the bill have 
received death threats and been victims of vandalism. While some Republicans have condemned these 
incidents, Sarah Palin seemed to fan the flames of discontent by labeling a map of vulnerable lawmakers’ 
districts with crosshairs on her Facebook page and tweeting, “Commonsense Conservatives & lovers of America: 
‘Don’t Retreat, Instead - RELOAD! This morning, NBC’s Ann Curry asked Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) if he 
believed his former running mate should use less “incendiary” language. McCain condemned any violence 
but excused Palin’s “reload” rhetoric and use of crosshairs. Today on Capitol Hill, ThinkProgress caught up 
with Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX), who said that Palin’s reload map is “inappropriate”: 

TP: Speaking of gun shots, would you consider Palin telling her supporters they need to “reload,” and posting a 
picture of crosshairs on Democratic members — is that inappropriate? 

OLSON: There’s things, both parties are inappropriate. 

TP: Is that inappropriate, yes or no? 

OLSON: No I’m not going to answer the question. 

TP: So it is appropriate. 

OLSON: It is inappropriate. 

Watch it: 

While Olson continually claimed that both Democratic and Republican lawmakers have incited violence, he could 
not point to a single example of Democrats doing so. 


http://thinkDroaress.ora/2010/03/25/olson-palin-inappropriate/ 

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Adam Jentleson 

Communications Director, Progressive Media 
Center for American Progress Action Fund 
ajentleson@americanproaressaction.ora 
ajentleson (AIM) 

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From: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta@amail.com> 

To: 

"Mava Harris" <mharris@hillarvclinton.com> 


"Katie Dowd" <kdowd@hillarvclinton.com> 


"Matt Paul" <mpaul@hillarvclinton.com> 

Date: 

10/9/2015 3:50:54 AM 

Subject: 

Fwd: [Media Advisory] Vote to End Hunger Campaign Launch 


Might want to consider a statement or tweet. 

Forwarded message 

From: Brent Budowsky < brentbbi@webtv.net > 

Date: Fridaymightvwant to considers, October 9, 2015 

Subject: Fwd: [Media Advisory] Vote to End Hunger Campaign Launch 

To: John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com >, Roy Spence < rov. spence@gsdm.com > 


This is something HRC should 100% support and announce before 
their Iowa press conference next Tuesday which is hours before the 
Democratic debate 

Sent from my iPad 

Begin forwarded message: 


From: Christopher Ford < cford@bread.org > 

Date: October 9, 2015 at 10:51:24 AM EDT 
To: Christopher Ford < cford@bread.org > 

Subject: [Media Advisory] Vote to End Hunger Campaign Launch 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
CONTACT: 

October g, 2015 Chris Ford 202.688.1077 office; 

520.904.0415 cell; cford@bread.org 


[Media Advisory] Vote to End Hunger Campaign Launch 


Des Moines, Iowa, October 9, 2015 - Top national nonprofits are gathering during World Food Prize 
week at the Iowa Hunger Summit on October 13 to announce the official launch of a new campaign, Vote to 
End Hunger (VTEH). The campaign will mobilize grassroots supporters and influencers to urge 2016 
presidential candidates to focus on ending hunger and poverty, and creating opportunity in the United States 
and across the world. 


Hunger is a significant but solvable problem, both in the United States and internationally, but it requires 
leadership and a commitment from our president and Congress. One out of every seven U.S. households - 
more than 48 million Americans - struggles to put food on the table. These numbers include 5.4 million 
seniors and 15 million children. Around the world, 795 million people experience hunger every day. 


Following the official launch of VTEH, representatives will hold a press conference to answer questions and 
provide more information about the campaign. 


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WHO: Bishop Richard E. Pates, Diocese of Des Moines, Roman Catholic 

Church 

Lisa Davis, Senior Vice President, Government Relations, Feeding America 
Rev. David Beckmann, President, Bread for the World (Moderator) 

WHAT: Press conference following the launch of Vote to End 

Hunger 

WHEN: Tuesday, October 13, 12:30 p.m. CT (1:30 p.m. ET) 

WHERE: Des Moines Marriott Downtown, Windows Room, 

700 Grand Ave, Des Moines, IA 50309 

CALL: Dial in number for out-of-town journalists: 1-800-875-3456 

Verbal Passcode: FORD18057 

For more information, contact Chris Ford at 202.688.1077 or cford@bread.org 

### 

Organizations supporting Vote to End Hunger include Alliance to End Hunger, 

Bread for the World, Catholic Charities USA, Feeding America, 

Meals on Wheels America, RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund and Share Our 

Strength/No Kid Hungry 


Chris Ford 

Media Relations Manager 


Bread for the World 
HAVE FAITH. END HUNGER 
425 3 rd Street SW, Suite 1200 
Washington, DC 20024 
Direct 202.688.1077 
Mobile 520.904.0415 
General 202.639.9400 
Fax 202.639.9401 

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Twitter @bread4theworld 

Facebook.com/BreadfortheWorld 

www.bread.org 

TELL YOUR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS : Fully fund our national child nutrition programs. 
Support Bread for the World's 2015 Offering of Letters: Feed Our Children. 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Hartina Flournoy" <Tina@presidentclinton.com> 

Date: 6/3/2015 5:05:08 AM 

Subject: Re: Looking for you 


Sure. 

On Jun 3, 2015 1 1 :49 AM, "Tina Flournoy" < Tina@presidentclinton.com > wrote: 

Gary Doer - Ambassador to Canada . You may know why. Shall I give him your contact info or simply get his to 
you? 


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From: "Tony Podesta" <podesta@podesta.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 6/25/2015 4:08:01 PM 

Subject: Did you ever get to ask Dennis who Indian ambo should deal with 


Sent from my iPhone 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "David Johnson" <davidr.johnson@verizon.net> 

Date: 10/17/2015 10:03:54 PM 

Subject: Re: Suggestion 


What's a good number for you? 

On Saturday, October 17, 2015, David Johnson < davidr.johnson@verizon.net > wrote: 
John --This may not be a good address for you. 

I am writing to suggest that you find a way to fold Lessig into your campaign. 

Happy to help make that happen. 

Drj 

Sent from my iPad 


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From: "Debbie fine" <debsfine@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/1 1/2015 9:40:54 AM 

Subject: 


on ME no movement, good meeting tho. we get along well. 
Sent from my iPhone 


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From: 

To: 

Date: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


<wanazhm@mail. tsinghua. edu.cn> 
john.podesta@amail.com 
9/21/2015 3:00:43 PM 
Tsinghua Law School at 20 
Tsinghua Law School at 20.doc 


Dear John, 

Please allow me to call your first name if I may. Also please feel free to call me Zhenmin. 

It was great to meet you last Wednesday in New York. I am really grateful for taking your valuable time to meet 
me. I understand how busy you are. 

As I mentioned, we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the reestablishment of Tsinghua Law School. 
Because of our close ties with the US, I sincerely hope President Clinton may send a letter to make some 
comments on the achievements we have made in the past 20 years, if possible. The letter attached provides 
some background information. Should you need any further informaiton please let me know. 

Sincerely, 

Zhenmin 

Zhenmin WANG 
Dean and Professor of Law 
Tsinghua University Law School 
Beijing, China 


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From: "Amitabh Desai" <adesai@clintonfoundation.ora> 

T o: "Ed Hughes" <ed.huahes@clintonalobalinitiative.ora> 

"Alex Amouvel" <alex.amouyel@clintonalobalinitiative.ora> 
Date: 8/20/2013 5:26:29 AM 

Subject: Post-2015 session 


Georgios, it was good speaking with you - thanks for reaching out. Copied are John and the team at CGI, led by 
Ed Hughes, who together are helping brainstorm on a post-2015 discussion during CGI. 

Team, below is a note on a similar session that Georgios and his team are preparing for September. 

We discussed whether / how it makes sense to cross-pollinate or combine - and wanted to connect eveyone via 
this note to continue this discussion. 

Sincerely, 

Ami 


Concept note for a possible event in New York, on the sidelines of the 68th session of the UN General 
Assembly/General Debate 

Suggested title: Sustainability: A Guiding Vision for the Future? 

Suggested date: Monday, 23 September 2013, 5 - 7 pm 

Suggested co-organizers: CUNY Graduate Center/The Ralph Bunche Institute, Foundation for Global 
Governance and Sustainability [and the Permanent Mission of Finland to the United Nations] 

Suggested venue: CUNY Graduate Center [or Permanent Mission of Finland to the United Nations] 

Background and objectives: 

A few months before the Rio+20 Conference the UN Secretary-General's High-level Panel on Global 
Sustainability came up with a vision and a set of concrete proposals for taking the world in a more sustainable 
direction (see Resilient People, Resilient Planet: A Future Worth Choosing). Many of the issues brought up in 
the Panel's report were reflected in the Rio+20 outcome (The Future We Want), including the need to go 
beyond Gross National Product (GDP) for the measurement of progress and human well-being, and to introduce 
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the post-MDG/post-2015 period. Other issues are being followed up 
in different fora (e.g. science-policy interface under UNESCO leadership). A number of processes set in motion 
by Rio are expected to deliver concrete results in these areas in the coming years. Moreover, the Secretary- 
General's High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda submitted at the end of 
May 2013 its report (see A New Global Partnership: Eradicate Poverty and Transform Economies Through 
Sustainable Development) proposing five big, transformative shifts and a list of 12 illustrative SDGs. The 
Secretary-General is expected to submit to the 68th session of the General Assembly his own report on post- 
2015. 

The proposed event will bring together members of the two UNSG Panels, plus members of the 
intergovernmental processes set up by Rio+20, as well as participants from academia and civil society in order 
to: 

Reinforce the messages of the two panels to ensure that they are heard in the relevant ongoing processes; 
Highlight some of the recommendations of either of these panels that are not yet being followed-up to 
encourage their implementation; 

To consider the importance of sustainability as a guiding vision for the UN’s work in development for years to 
come. Complete with concrete sustainability goals and policy options, this could become the unifying paradigm 
needed to direct action at the global and all other governance levels and increase resilience vis-a-vis the 
interconnected challenges facing the world. 


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Suggested programme: 

-Introductory remarks by host/co-organizers [the co-organizers will share the tasks of introducing, moderating 
and closing the session] 

-The GSP vision and key recommendations [President Halonen?]] 

-The Post-2015 Panel vision and key recommendations [President of Indonesia or Liberia?] 

-The Secretary-General's approach [Amina Mohammed (Special Adviser to UNSG)?] 

-Respondents 

*Co-Facilitator of OWG on SDGs [Hungary or Kenya Ambassador or Minister?] 

*High-level Political Forum (former) Co-Facilitator? [Brazil or Italy Ambassador or Minister?] 

*A view from civil society [Beyond 2015 Executive Committee member?] 

*A view from academia/science [Tom Weiss?] 

-Closing remarks 

Suggested invitees: 

GSP and Post-2015 Panel members and Sherpas; member states; NGO community [through UN-NGLS?]; 
CUNY/Ralph Bunche IIS list; UN secretariat staff; academics [also through ACUNS?] 


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From: "Sara Latham" <slatham@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 10/27/2015 3:03:37 AM 

Subject: Re: FOR APPROVAL: Invite emails to Policy Working Group VIPs 


I thought the point was personalizing these - since this list is all his peeps ? 

On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10:02 AM, Milia Fisher < mfisher@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

John- Ed and Jed from policy outreach were hoping that we could get these emails out today (from your jp66). 
Does the below language look OK to you? 

Thanks much! 

Milia 

Emails for John Podesta to send to potential policy working group leaders 

Energy. Climate, and Environment 
Jennifer Granholm 
Bill Ritter 

Carol Browner [she’s already agreed to be a Senior Partner so John should just send her a quick thank you note] 

Infrastructure and Investment 
Ed Rendell 
Jane Garvey 
Antonio Villaraigosa 

Science 

Rosina Bierbaum 
Eric Lander 


XXX- 

Hope you are well. We are in the process of setting up policy working groups for the campaign as a 
way to get policy recommendations from outside advisors. I am writing to see if you would consider 
being one of our senior partners in the YYY working group along with AAA [insert name(s) of other 
senior partners for the working group] . 

The role of a senior partner is to provide strategic leadership for the working group and to amplify 
campaign policy proposals. I’ve included some more details below along with a summary of the 
working groups. 


I’ve copied Ed Meier, our Director of Policy Outreach, and Jed Herrmann, who is coordinating the 
domestic policy working groups. They can provide more details. If you’re available on Wednesday, 
there will be a kick-off call for coordinators and senior partners at 1pm EST. If you are available for 
the call, you can register HERE . 


Thanks, 

John 


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Policy Working Groups and Senior Partner’s Role 

Senior partners will work with a coordinator (a mid career professional who has a high level of 
expertise in the policy area) to lead a large group of outside advisors in developing specific policy 
proposals for the campaign. These senior partners will also work with the coordinator to plan for 
and participate in the monthly working group call. In sum, senior partners will serve as a go-to person 
for the HFA policy team. 


The key objectives for the policy working groups are to: 

• Bring a diverse range of policy expertise and ideas as part of the campaign’s policy 
development process 

• Research, analyze, and draft policy proposals for consideration by the campaign and provide 
issues-based rapid response 

• Identify opportunities to highlight and amplify Hillary Clinton’s vision for America with key 
stakeholders around the country 

• Motivate working group members to contribute their time and efforts to other areas of the 
campaign 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
mfisher@hillaryclinton.com 
c: 858.395.1741 


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From: "Tom Nides" <tom. nides@gmail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john. podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 1/5/2015 6:50:37 AM 

Subject: Re: Hey 


He is the CEO-coo of glover park. He is a great budget, process and operations guy. Tough. He worked with 
me gore. As YOU think about stuff he maybe can be on a list. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Jan 5, 2015, at 1:12 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 


Context? 

On Jan 5, 2015 9:08 AM, "Tom Nides" < tom. nides@gmail.com > wrote: 

This guy is very good. 

Sent from my iPhone 

Begin forwarded message: 

From: Chip Smith < csmith@gpg.com > 

Date: January 5, 2015 at 9:05:15 AM EST 
To: Tom Nides < tom. nides@gmail.com > 

Subject: Hey 

Great to see you the other night. I hope you guys got a decent break. We were out in Beaver Creek 
with terrific snow and a remarkably cheery and angst/drama free time with our kids. 

I did want to let you know that I'm happy to help plan or think through elements of the organization 
for Hillary. I have a restless mind on how this should come together and for better or worse I arrive 
at the table with a low profile and unburdened by the politics of their past campaigns. If I can be 
helpful in a working group or other, let me know. I do think I'm one of the few people in the party 
with deep experience in both politics and process and operations, management and finance. If I 
can be helpful to her, I will be. 

Happy New Year Tom. I'm around a lot in NY so ping me if you ever want to grab dinner or a drink. 
Chip 


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From: "Joel Benenson" <jbenenson@bsaco.com> 

T o: "Sawsan Bay" <sbay@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 1/13/2016 4:41 :31 PM 

Subject: Re: Nightly Recap Calls 


Ok 

Sent from my iPhone 

> On Jan 13, 2016, at 6:22 PM, Sawsan Bay <sbay@hillaryclinton.com> wrote: 

> 

> Hi all, 

> 

> Starting tomorrow we will be having nightly calls at 9:30pm. These will be used to review the day and plan for 
the next. 

> 

> Please let me know if this will not work for you. 

> 

> Thanks, 

> Sawsan 


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From: "Barbara Moulton" <moultonb@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "All Faculty and Staff" <AIIFacultyandStaff@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 1/23/2015 9:52:51 AM 

Subject: EJF Silent Auction 


Hi everyone, 

Below is a message from the Equal Justice Foundation about their silent auction, which is happening now! If you have any 
questions, please email eif@law.georeetown.edu . 

Barb 

Dear Faculty/Staff, 

As most of you know, the Equal Justice Foundation raises funds to support students working in unpaid public interest and 
government summer internships. Our annual Live Auction, the largest fundraiser of the year, will take place next Thursday 
in Hart Auditorium. As always we also have a Silent Auction component where participants can bid on items like restaurant 
gift certificates, hotel stays, and wine tastings donated by local businesses. 

This year for the first time the Silent Auction is online. We are excited that this will allow staff, faculty, alumni and students 
to bid from anywhere at any time. 

The Silent Auction is available at http://www.32auctions.com/EJF2015 . The auction is now live, and closes next 
Thursday, January 29, at 7:00p.m. Bid early and often! 

Thank you for your continued support. 

Best, 

Meagan Gordon 
2014-15 EJF Chair 


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From: H <hdr29@hrcoffice.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 8/2/2015 4:21 :47 PM 

Subject: Re: Power plant rule 


914-208-0555 


From: John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Sent: Sunday, August 02, 2015 7:19:56 PM 

To: H 

Subject: Re: Power plant rule 

How about if I call right around 8:00 

On Sunday, August 2, 2015, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 
Let's do tonight if you can do before 8:30. If not, tomorrow is ok. 


From: John Podesta < iohn. podesta@gmail.com > 

Sent: Sunday, August 02, 2015 7:16:45 PM 

To: H 

Subject: Re: Power plant rule 

Ok. We can do this in 5 minutes in our call tomorrow or I can give you a ring tonight if you prefer after 8:00 


On Sunday, August 2, 2015, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 

John — Just seeing this. Copying Bill's team who are w him at a conference in Jackson Hole so they can ask him and get back 
to you. I'm fine w you briefing me but Bill may want Brian to call him. Thanks. 


From: John Podesta <john. podesta@gmail.com > 

Sent: Sunday, August 02, 2015 5:27:27 PM 

To: H 

Subject: Power plant rule 

Brian Deese asked whether either you or WJC wanted a quick telephone briefing on the rule which I think 
landed really well for the country and for the way we positioned last week's announcement. He may have 
already reached out directly. They appreciate our support and are hoping for something from President 
Clinton too, given the big push on efficiency as a way to earn early action credits. Let me know if either of 
you want to do a call with him tonight or I can call and fill you in as well. 


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From: usarmy.mcnair.mdw.mbx.armytenmiler@mail.mil 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 10/12/2015 6:45:37 AM 

Subject: Congratulations Army Ten-Miler Finisher! 



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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Milia Fisher" <milia.fisher@amail.com> 

Date: 2/25/2014 2:37:04 PM 

Subject: Re: Updates from CAP 


Come next Monday if you can. 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@amail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

On Feb 25, 2014, at 4:03 PM, Milia Fisher < milia. fisher@amail.com > wrote: 
Hi John, 


How are you? I’m looking forward to seeing you at Kristina’s party tonight. I’ve heard from her and from 
Eryn that you’re having the time of your life over there on Pennsylvania Ave. I’m looking forward to coming 
to visit you all sometime soon! 


I’ve also been having a really incredible time in my new position. I’m doing all of Neera’s speechwriting, 
helping manage the upcoming White House Summit on Women and Girls, and I have a huge amount of 
responsibility over the daily routine in the executive office. My new position is much more like Kristina's job 
on your team than mine. As I probably should have guessed I’m doing a lot more work for Neera than I am 
for Carmel. She’s a tough boss, NT, but I think we’ve established a very solid relationship. 


I’m not sure if you’ve heard the news yet, but Jess O’Connell is headed over to EMILY’S list, where she’ll be 
replacing Amy Dacey as Executive Director. Lindsay Hamilton is going to be taking over as Chief of Staff. I 
believe they’re making a public announcement in the next 24 hours, but the story might still be under wraps 
when you come to CAP tonight. Two new bosses in three months! Between you and Jess leaving there is a 
lot of turmoil over here, but I’m learning an incredible amount in the process and taking on responsibilities 
that far exceed my tenure. I’ve gotten to know Lindsay over the past few months and I think she’ll bring a 
lot of fresh energy and focus to the executive team. I’m excited to see how I can grow under her 
leadership. 


I’m looking forward to seeing you tonight! Also- if it’s OK with you I’d like to stop by for one of your 
Georgetown classes this semester. As I may have mentioned, I’m planning on law school down the line. Let 
me know if you have any recommendations on which class I should attend! 


See you soon, 


Milia 


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From: creamer2@aol.com 

T o: biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

can@americansunitedforchanae.ora 
Date: 1/17/2010 8:54:10 PM 

Subject: [big campaign] New Huff Post from Creamer -Friends Don’t Let Friends Not Vote Massachusetts’ Se 


Friends Don ’t Let Friends Not Vote Massachusetts ’ Senate Election 


Here’s the bottom line: an enormous amount is at stake in Tuesday’s election in Massachusetts to fill Senator Ted 
Kennedy’s seat. So much is at stake that every Democrat - and every independent who wants fundamental change 
in Washington - has to vote - no matter how hard it is to get to the polls, no matter how inconvenient, no matter 
how disappointed you are with the pace of change in Washington. 

Not only that. If you don’t live in Massachusetts, get on the phone, call every friend you have in Massachusetts and tell 
them to stop what they’re doing and go vote. Tell them that what they do will have a dramatic impact on you and your life 
no matter where you live in America - that if they care about you at all, they have to go vote to defeat Republican Scott 
Brown and elect Democrat Martha Coakley. 

Just think how outrageous it would be if an election to replace the nation’s most ardent champion of health care for all, 
stopped health care reform. That’s exactly what Republican Scott Brown has said he will do — be the 41 st vote to stop 
health insurance reform dead in its tracks. 

But it’s not just that. Brown postures like an advocate for ordinary people. But in fact he is a staunch advocate of the 
failed economic policies of George Bush that resulted in: 

Zero growth in private sector jobs over his 2 terms (compare that to growth of 22 million jobs over the eight years of 

Bill Clinton); 

Huge tax breaks for millionaires and a higher relative tax burden for the middle class; 

Zero growth in median income for ordinary working people; 

Two thirds of all the growth in Gross Domestic Product going to the top 1% of the population; 

No accountability for the Wall Street bankers whose reckless speculation plunged the economy into the worst collapse 

since the Great Depression. 

Remember that George Bush inherited a huge budget surplus from Bill Clinton and ran up more debt than all of the 
previous Presidents in American history. 

And now, Brown says he would oppose President Obama’s proposed tax on Wall Street profits that would allow us 
to recover all the money from the massive taxpayers’ bailout that was necessary to prevent the worldwide financial 
system from complete disintegration. 

Brown is apparently perfectly happy to let the Wall Street gang wallow in the obscene profits they made this year— as a 
direct result of taxpayer assistance - taking billions of dollars in bonuses while many Americans who actually produce things 
for a living still can’t find work. 

By voting for Brown — or staying home from the polls - voters would be choosing to take the country back to the bad 
old days when Bush’s pro-Wall-Street-Banker-economic policy created the massive mess that we have been slowly trying to 
clean up for the last 1 2 months. 

Surely one of the reasons why that clean-up has taken longer than hoped is that some conservative Democrats have 
erected hurdles that block change. But it is nothing compared to what we would see if the Republicans once again have 
enough votes to stall every Democratic initiative in the Senate. If you’re a progressive Democrat and are unhappy with how 
change initiatives are watered down by the conservative Democrats, wait until we have to negotiate everything with the 
Bush-economic -policy-Republicans. 


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That is exactly what the Republicans hope to pull off Tuesday — and that’s why it is so important for every Democrat, 
every Progressive, every change-oriented Independent call their friends in Massachusetts and insist they go to the polls and 
vote for Coakley. 

I know there has been a lot of talk about the early complacency of the Coakley campaign — or whether she knows the 
roster of the Red Sox. But this is not a game. And this election isn’t just about Martha Coakley. It’s about the direction of 
America. It’s about continuing the momentum for fundamental change that has begun this year and has so, so much further 
to go. 

The outcome of this race is entirely a function of turnout. The latest poll has Brown up by 3 points. Other polls have had 
Coakley slightly ahead. These poll results reflect different assumptions the pollsters make about who turns out. 

There is also no question that early in this race, hardcore Republicans and Brown supporters were more motivated to turn 
out. Now the percentage of our supporters who say they are likely to vote is shooting up. 

One thing is clear: if there is a low overall turnout, the more-motivated Brown supporters will carry the day. If turnout 
surges — especially among Democrats, Progressives, women, African Americans, Latinos, and union voters - Coakley will 
win. 

There are substantially more Democrats registered in Massachusetts than Republicans, but don’t let that fool you. There 
are loads of “un-enrolled” or independent voters in the state. And even though the state is thought to be a Democratic 
stronghold, remember that until 2008 it had consistently elected Republicans Governors- including former Republican 
Presidential aspirant Mitt Romney. 

Luckily there is something each and every one of us can do about this race. If you live in Massachusetts, go sign up to 
walk precincts - join the phone banks being run by the Coakley Campaign or Organize for America (OFA) — call all of your 
neighbors and friends - and make sure you vote early. 

For many years Massachusetts has exported volunteers to surrounding states in big national elections. Now it’s time 
for activists in New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, upstate New York and Connecticut to return the favor. Go 

to Massachusetts and help turn out the vote. No one will have more impact on the outcome of this election than 
motivated, reliable volunteers who pull out voters. 

If you live outside of Massachusetts you can also go the OFA’s website and sign up to be part of a virtual phone bank 
http://my.barackobama.com/page/content/hqblog . 

Many people will be off work Monday to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Take the day and go 
do what Dr. King would want you to do. I’m sure he would have agreed that there is nothing more important you can do to 
fight for social and economic justice, over the next two days, than beat back this attempt by the Republicans and Scott 
Brown to return us to the failed policies of the Bush years. 

Don’t be one of those people who regrets months from now that they didn’t do something at a critical point to help 
change history. Don’t allow us all to regret that America didn’t pass health insurance reform, or re-regulate the Wall Street 
Banks, or pass clean energy legislation, or comprehensive immigration reform, or a serious jobs bill because we had to make 
a deal with Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and his friends in the Chamber of Commerce, the big insurance companies, 
and Wall Street in order to get anything done. That may happen if Scott Brown wins Tuesday in Massachusetts. 

Real democracy - and the fight for social and economic justice - are not spectator sports. If you’re unhappy with the 
pace of change, use this occasion to get out of the stands. Go onto the playing field and do something about it. The 
Republicans and Scott Brown want to erect a huge new barrier to change in the Senate on Tuesday. It is up to each and 
every one of us to go out in the streets and make sure that they fail. 

Friends don 7 let friends not vote in the Massachusetts Senate race. 

Robert Creamer is a long-time political organizer and strategist, and author of the recent book: “Stand Up Straight: 
How Progressives Can Win, ” available on Amazon.com. 


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From: 

"Brian Katulis" <bkatulis(a)americanproaress.orq> 

To: 

John D Podesta(a)who.eop.qov 

Date: 

3/4/2014 8:14:58 PM 

Subject: 

Good to see you tonight 

Attachments: 

Democracy article.pdf 

CAP Middle East Trip Jan 2014 memo - long version.docx.pdf 


Three things: 

1. I thought the discussion was really adrift on progressive foreign policy. I have this longer piece coming out in Democracy 
Journal later this month (attached) - called "Against Disengagement" - it aims to answer a question I raised in this recent 
Washington Post oped: 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/obamas-foreign-policv-to-do-list/2014/01/3Q/5ad0bcd4-8925-lle3-916e- 
e01534ble!32 storv.html 

2. Here's the trip report from January in the second attachment. Sending the long version again because you said you hadn't 
seen it. 


3. Thanks again for seeing Tawfic and Nick. Just recall that he's the one who hosted us in the region and is backing the 
Christians research, which is coming together nicely. The other brother you saw last month is more connected, but he hasn't 
formally backed our work. 

We have a bunch of research coming out now - an Egypt report this week, and some other work later this spring. 

Thanks again for everything - we miss you & Eryn. 

Brian 


From: Brian Katulis 

Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2014 7:19 AM 
To: John_D_Podesta@who.eop.gov 

Cc: john.podesta@gmail.com; Eryn_M_Sepp@who.eop.gov 
Subject: Tawfic Khoury & Nick Papandreou 

John, 

Hope you're doing well. We missed you on the January trip and I trust you received the trip report and heard from others 
about it. 

I'm writing to see if there's any chance for you to meet with Tawfic Khoury & Nick Papandreou March 4, 5 or 6, even for 15 
minutes or so. As you know, Tawfic hosted our delegation for dinner in Dubai and we've continued to cultivate that 
relationship after your initial discussions. I'm tentatively planning a dinner on Tuesday, March 4 if you get a free chance for a 
bite to eat outside of the office, but I know they would value any time, even a few minutes. 

The rest of our work is going well - we're all excited about Vikram. I have a new piece on progressive foreign policy coming out 
in Democracy next month. 

Our field research on the Islamist project is just about done and we have really fascinating reports on Egypt & Tunisia coming 
out with another on Syria later this spring. Plus the Christians in the Middle East conference at Villanova at the end of March is 
coming together nicely. 

We miss you and hope you're doing well. 

Brian 


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From: "Tara McGuinness" <tmcauinness@proaressivemediausa.ora> 

T o: "Andrew Baumann" <ABaumann@aqrr.com> 

"Beaala, Paul" <pbeaala@hatcreekent.com> 

"David Brock" <davidbrockdc@amail.com> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Susan McCue" <susan@one.ora> 

Date: 6/17/2008 1 1:00:17 AM 

Subject: RE: Plan for McCain research 


I am extremely happy about this project. 

Would love to be involved and have you utilize the ongoing research we are doing. 

Here are a few thoughts on the proposal from our team, looking forward to talking about the next poll. 

States: 

• Not sure why we're dropping MN, seems w. the Senate race and convention and Pawlenty that would be important. 

Issues 

• It would be helpful to see if we are making progress on special interests 

• Need a good Iraq baseline question to see if McCain is changing debate, something we can track throughout. 

Other: 

We are as interested in the "who" suburban, rural, we are polling as the issues. The plan includes a possible focus on 
women, might be something we want to do is over sample if we are worried about a certain group later in the summer. 
Focus groups. I know this is not in the plan, but we are all a little nervous about stuff that won't show in issue polls., the 
lobbyist, age, patriot, religious stuff. Perhaps we can augment with other AFL research or focus groups going on. 


From: Andrew Baumann [mailto:ABaumann@gqrr.com] 

Sent: Friday, June 13, 2008 6:33 PM 

To: Begala, Paul; David Brock; Tara McGuinness (CDA); John Podesta; Susan McCue 
Cc: DCorps; Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza; Stan Greenberg 
Subject: Plan for McCain research 

All, 

Please find attached Democracy Corps’ plan for 7 surveys on John McCain between now and Section Day. Your comments and suggestions are 
most welcome. 

Thanks, 

Andrew 

GREEICERG QUINLAN POSNER ■ - I H 

Andrew Baumann 

Analyst 

10 G Street NE, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20002 
Phone: 202 478 8300 / Fax: 202 478 8301 

abaumann@aarr.com 

www.areenberaresearch.com 


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From: "llvse Hogue" <ilyse@moveon.ora> 

T o: biacampaian <biacampaian@aooalearoups.com> 

Date: 3/15/2010 7:55:34 AM 

Subject: [big campaign] New MoveOn ad asks "which side of history will you be on?" 


FYI 

http://theplumline.whorunsaov.com/health-care/new-moveon-ad-asks-dems-which-side-of-history-will-you-be- 

on/ 


The Plum Line Greg Sargent's blog 

New MoveOn Ad Asks Perns: “Which Side Of History Will You Be 
On?” 


The air cover from the left is now gearing up in earnest, and MoveOn is set to unleash a national ad pressing 
House Dems to support health reform by suggesting that in historical terms it would rank up there with the Civil 
Rights movement and the freeing of the slaves. 

The ad, the group’s first national spot in the final stretch, was sent my way by a MoveOn official, and it features 
shots of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King and Lyndon Johnson: 

“Throughout history, America has been blessed with heroic leaders — individuals who helped us to navigate 
between right and wrong,” the spot says. “We need our leaders to fight for what’s right. Call Congress today and 
ask them: Which side of history will YOU be on?” 

The spot, a six-figure buy on national cable, comes after MoveOn’s membership voted overwhelmingly last week 
to support the Senate bill, suggesting there’s now a high degree of consensus on the left that supporting this 
measure is the best way forward. 

Also: While the ad makes a rather grandiose appeal to lawmakers’ historical consciences, it also sends a 
straightforward political message to them: If they take a tough vote and pass reform, they’ll have major air cover 
from big-spending groups as they head into the bruising fall campaign. If not, well... 


Ilyse G. Hogue 

Director of Political Advocacy and Communications 
MoveOn.org 

ph: 202-822-4780 x219 
mobile: 202-731-2656 

Hope is a feeling that life and work have meaning. You either have it or you don't, regardless of the state of the 
world that surrounds you. 

— Vaclav Havel 


Ilyse G. Hogue 

Director of Political Advocacy and Communications 
MoveOn.org 


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mobile: 202-731-2656 

Hope is a feeling that life and work have meaning. You either have it or you don't, regardless of the state of the 
world that surrounds you. 

— Vaclav Havel 


llyse G. Hogue 

Director of Political Advocacy and Communications 
MoveOn.org 

ph: 202-822-4780 x219 
mobile: 202-731-2656 

Hope is a feeling that life and work have meaning. You either have it or you don't, regardless of the state of the 
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From: "Beth Eagle" <eaole@bonnerorp.com> 

T o: "Speed. Greg" <GSpeed@americavotes.ora> 

fes33@aol.com 
JStocks@nea.org 
davidbrockdc@amail.com 
carl.pope@sierraclub.org 
rstein@democracyalliance.org 
"Cristina Uribe" <cristina@nextrunostrat.com> 
"Mary Pat Bonner" <mpbonner@bonnerorp.com> 
"John Podesta" <john.podesta@omail.com> 
"Vachon, Michael" <Michael.Vachon@soros.com> 
Date: 9/15/2008 5:31 :06 AM 

Subject: RE: Funding Conference Call 


All, 

We would like to resume the weekly funding conference calls. It is imperative that we lay out the funding 
priorities for the next 50 days. 

In addition, we will be having David Friedman join the call. As you know David is generously spending his time to 
make sure that some of the independent field effort is fully funded. 

For this week, we would like to do the call tomorrow, Tuesday, at 5:30 pm. Please let me know if you can join us. 
I will send out a dial in later today. 

Beth 


Beth Eagle 

Vice President, Special Projects 
Bonner Group, Inc. 

729 15th Street, NW 
Third Floor 

Washington, DC 20005 
Phone: (202) 737-5877 
Fax: (202) 737-6061 
www.bonnergrp.com 
eagle@bonnergrp.com 


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From: "John Podesta" <john. podesta@gmail.com> 

T o: "Ervn Sepp" <eryn.sepp@amail.com> 

Date: 3/23/2015 9:53:52 AM 

Subject: Re: Flag from Madeleine 


I think a request for correction to Kojo cc the guest is the way to go. Want to. Try to draft something. 

On Mar 23, 201 5 4:31 PM, "Eryn Sepp" < ervn. sepp@gmail.com > wrote: 

Madeleine's staff just sent me this note: "MKA was listening to Kojo Nnamdi’s show this afternoon on think 
tanks. She heard one of the guests remarked that John founded CAP and “now runs a lobbying group” whose 
website includes a blog post advising potential clients about how they can help them navigate the think tank 
scene in Washington (link here. http://thekojonnamdishow.ora/audio/#/shows/2015-03-23/a-alobal- 
perspective-on-think-tanks/@Q0:00 - Comment around the 43:30 mark). We assume they actually meant Tony 
- but MKA just asked me to flag for you guys." 

I took a listen--the guest was Dr. Raymond Struyk of Results for Development (DC think tank), and author of 
the forthcoming book, “Improving Think Tank Management”, in which I hope he doesn't mention you because 
he clearly can't tell the difference between you and Tony. He's published in the past with Urban Institute and 
OSI. 

I can draft up a concise request for correction, or give them a call if you think that's worth doing. 


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From: "Stop the Koch Brothers" <admin@endcitizensunited.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 1/17/2016 1 1:52:59 AM 

Subject: Koch Brothers SHOCKED 


John -- 

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Thursday. Before we get there, we have the chance to announce something that will SHOCK 
the Koch Brothers: 


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From: "Gottesman. Blake L." <Blake L. Gottesman@who.eop.aov> 

T o: "Chris Lu" <clu@barackobama.com> 

"John Podesta" <John.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 9/19/2008 5:04:47 AM 

Subject: Follow-Up 


John / Chris: 

Thanks for your time on the call. As discussed, the White House will now excuse itself from the process unless/until you ask us to re-engage for 
any reason. 

You’re in good hands. Brian Benczkowski (cc’d) and the DOJ/FBI team are committed to making sure the process is efficient and confidential. 

Best, 

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From: "Kit Batten" <kit batten@mac.com> 

T o: john.podesta@ptt.gov 

john.podesta@gmail.com 
Date: 12/22/2008 4:05:47 AM 

Subject: checking in — set up a time to talk? 


Hi John, 

It was great seeing you last week at the Christmas party, and congrats again on the great work with last week's 
energy/environment/climate change dream team appointments. Thanks to all of your work we will certainly see 
some great things happen in 2009! 

About a month ago, I sent you an email letting you know that I was acting as a policy advisor to the DOI transition 
team, and that after conversations with Carol and David Hayes I had thrown my name in the hat for a science 
policy advisor position with the Administration. Now that the Agency heads have all been nominated and I've 
gotten a better sense of what role(s) I might fit best in, I wanted to check in with you again. 

I've done a fair amount of soul searching about this -- as I think you know, the misuse of science in policy making 
is what brought me to DC in the first place, and I am very drawn to a role where I could help enable bringing 
science back to executive branch decision-making. However, I've also equally been thinking about my mom's 
health, and the wonderful time I've had working with you and the Energy Team at CAP. 

After talking with my family, doing a lot of thinking, and talking with Carol and David about how science advisor 
positions might work and might allow for visits to the west coast on a quarterly basis - I've decided I would like to 
pursue the opportunity of working with the administration. I'm especially interested in potential science advisor 
roles at DOI, OSTP, and EPA -- 1 would very much like to apply my ecology and energy/global warming policy 
backgrounds to a crosscutting advisory and policy development position, and I wanted to make sure I am 
checking all of the right boxes with you and others. Would you have 5 minutes or so to discuss this sometime 
soon? 

I hope you and your family have a very nice holiday and that you get to take a bit of a well-deserved rest! 

My best, and look forward to talking with you soon, 

Thanks, 

Kit 


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From: "Adrienne Elrod" <aelrod@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 7/26/2015 1 :41 :51 AM 

Subject: Re: Trying to put you two together. 


Thanks John and hi Peter! Peter I think you have my cell but I'm at 
501 786 0368 - call anytime 

Sent from my iPhone 

> On Jul 26, 2015, at 8:08 AM, John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> wrote: 


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From: "Jon Soltz" <info@votevets.ora> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 1 1/9/2012 3:50:48 AM 

Subject: Allen West's Antics - You won't believe this. 


J) votevets.org 


About | Our Candidates 


Dear John, 

When he was in Iraq, Allen West violated the law, was relieved of his command in Iraq, and brought his radical 
views to Congress. 

Now, he is suing Congressman-elect Patrick Murphy, who defeated him in a fair and 
square election. We need to help Patrick with legal costs to fight this, because we don't 
need West's radical views in Congress any longer. 

CLICK HERE TO HELP PATRICK MURPHY AGAINST ALLEN WEST 

It’s ironic that in his last desperate attempt to hold on to power, Allen West is turning to 
court. It's ironic because West violated the Uniform Code of Military Justice laws on 
torture, when he was in Iraq. 

In short, Allen West turns to the law, only when he thinks the law will help Allen West. When he doesn’t like the 
law, he thumbs his nose at it. 

As in Iraq, Allen West is on the wrong side of the law, and is suing because he is the same loose cannon that he 
was in the military. 

CLICK HERE TO HELP SEND ALLEN WEST HOME, FOR GOOD 

I take this extremely personally. Allen West’s actions in Iraq put the lives of all the men and women I served 
with in danger. That he parades around like a man with honor is disgusting. 

So, I am asking you to help one last time this year. Let's finally be rid of this man who is an embarrassment to 
all of us who served. 

Sincerely, 

Jon Soltz 

Iraq War Veteran 

Chairman, VoteVets.org 

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T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

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Date: 2/27/2016 1 :06:51 PM 

Subject: 


Jersey will. Be ready for a june deliver to put hillary over the top if need be. Congratulations on moving ahead . 
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From: "Amanda Renteria" <arenteria@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Nikki Budzinski" <nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 7/12/2015 1 :06:1 1 PM 

Subject: Re: Tuesday night advice 


Good, ok, happy w not doing anything w her. 

Next question - 1 thought we weren't doing Q&A. Are we changing that? 


On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 6:16 PM, Nikki Budzinski < nbudzinski@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 

So we do want to do Q&A? 

On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 6:15 PM, Robby Mook < re47@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

I agree it's going to create tension if Randi gets special attention. Perhaps tee her up to the first person 
HRC takes a question from. 

On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 6:06 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

I think this is actually a problem. More natural if she takes a couple questions and Randi is recognized in 
that setting. If we want to avoid that, ie questions, I think best to just to recognize her. Otherwise, very 
hard not to piss people off. 


On Sunday, July 12, 2015, Nikki Budzinski < nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Agreed ok. 

On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 4:45 PM, Amanda Renteria <arenteria@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

I think John welcomes and should say how excited we were and give randi a chance to say a few 
words. But it should feel informal and just an in the moment kind of thing. Randi hands it back to john 
who introduces HRC. 

We will really upset folks if this feels contrived as part of a big plan that is taking on trumka. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Jul 12, 2015, at 1 1 :09 AM, Brynne Craig <bcraig@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


1. Defer to others 

2. Correct, this is mix and mingle 

On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 10:49 AM, Nikki Budzinski <nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Hi- 

I wanted to follow up on two questions related to the labor reception on Tuesday night. 

1 . Thursday night at the dinner John and I attended, Lee encouraged us to have Randi say a 
few words at the reception. Lee mentioned this several times. Originally we had only planned 
to have John welcome, introduce the Secretary and then the Secretary speaks. Do we want 
to add Randi in the mix? I think it would be a nice touch, but wasn't sure how you felt. It could 
go like this... 

John welcomes and opens, invites Randi to say a few words and introduce the Secretary, the 
Secretary gives brief remarks. 

This might annoy Trumka and Lily, but honestly, Randi's early endorsement deserves a lot of 
credit. I also think Lee's urging gives us a good sense that it would be ok. 


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What do you think? 

2. SEIU asked if the Secretary will be doing Q&A. I said no. Is that correct? I told them its 
one on one conversations. 


Nikki Budzinski 
Labor Outreach Director 
Hillary for America 
646-854-1442 (direct) 


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Deputy National Political Director 1 1 Hillary for America 
(646) 847-7577 (O) 

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Hillary for America 
646-854-1442 (direct) 


Nikki Budzinski 
Labor Outreach Director 
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From: "Jon Soltz, VoteVets.org" <info@vote vets.org> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/5/2016 1 :52:56 PM 

Subject: Veterans' health care and last night's debate 


W 



Country. Service. Action. 


John - 

There are a number of very important issues at stake in this presidential election, but for veterans and military 
family members, the Koch Brothers' campaign to privatize the VA is near the top of the list. 

Last night, at the Democratic debate in New Hampshire, Rachel Maddow was the first moderator to ask 
specifically whether or not the candidates on the stage would support privatizing the VA. And we should all be 
heartened by their answers: 

Hillary Clinton: "Well, first of all, I'm absolutely against privatizing the V.A. And I am going do everything I 
can to build on the reforms that Senator Sanders and others in Congress have passed to try to fix what's 
wrong with the V.A. " 

Bernie Sanders: "We've got to strengthen the V.A. We do not privatize the V.A." 

This is a great development, and we should thank the candidates for their forthright answers. 

Sign our petition thanking Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton for pledging to strengthen - not 
privatize - veterans' health care. 

A few months ago, shortly after the presidential campaign began, Jeb Bush made big news by saying he 
would privatize veterans' health care. Rand Paul said the same. Marco Rubio followed suit. 

Meanwhile, the Koch Brothers' announced that they planned to $800 million this election, with a healthy chunk 
of that going towards an organization called "Concerned Veterans for America." 

So like Bernie Sanders said last night, "Yes, there are people out there who are trying to privatize it." But we 
should be thankful there are a number of candidates who will fight back against their attempts in the year 
ahead. 

Sign our note thanking Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for standing against VA privatization. Add your name 
here: 

http://action.votevets.org/dem-debate 

If veterans, military family members, and VoteVets supporters make their voices heard on this issue, we'll 
stop efforts to privatize the VA in 2016. 

All my best, 

Jon Soltz 

Iraq War Veteran and Chairman 
VoteVets 

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From: "Tony Podesta" <podesta@podesta.com> 

T o: "RESIDENT MANAGER" <huyscondo@amail.com> 

Date: 12/4/2015 6:24:44 AM 

Subject: Re: Sciame construction access to unit Friday 4th 


Fine 

Tony 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Dec 4, 2015, at 6:32 AM, RESIDENT MANAGER < huvscondo@amail.com > wrote: 

We had also requested access to your unit as we need the vendor to address. Please advise also. 
Best, 

Joseph 

On Fri, Dec 4, 2015 at 6:23 AM, Tony Podesta < podesta@podesta.com > wrote: 

No problem 
Thank you 

Sent from my iPhone 

> On Dec 4, 2015, at 5:59 AM, RESIDENT MANAGER < huvscondo@gmail.com > wrote: 

> 

> Good morning FYI, Sciame construction e-mailed me requesting to your unit today to inspect the 
terrace door? Please advise 

> 

> Best, 

> 

> Joseph 


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From: 

"John Halpin" <ilrhalpin@amail.com> 

To: 

iohn.oodesta@amail.com 

Date: 

9/21/2007 9:09:31 AM 

Subject: 

Fwd: File(s) 

Attachments: 

NYC meeting 2007 (Full Draft). doc 
Proposed Agenda for NYC Meeting.doc 


Files attached. Amy said she should have something within the hour. I also gave her the agenda and Sperling's 
email to update him about the status. 

Forwarded message 

From: John Halpin < jhalpin@americanprogress.org > 

Date: Sep 21, 2007 4:03 PM 
Subject: File(s) 

To: jlrhalpin@amail.com 

«NYC meeting 2007 (Full Draft).doc» «Proposed Agenda for NYC Meeting.doc» 


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From: "Sandler. Herbert" <hms@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

T o: "Daetz, Steve" <sdaetz@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

"Knaebel, Sergio" <SKnaebel@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

"Sandler, Jim" <james@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

"Sandler, Susan" <ses@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

Date: 5/8/2014 12:08:13 AM 

Subject: Inequality Has Been Going On Forever ... but That Doesn ’t Mean It’s Inevitable - NYTimes.com 


http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/04/magazine/inequality-has-been-going-on-forever-but-that-doesnt-mean-its- 
inevitable. html?ref=international 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Huffman. Peter - LA JOLLA CA" <peter huffman@ml.com> 

Date: 5/17/2014 2:28:23 PM 

Subject: Re: NPR 


Grazie! Sorry we missed when in SD. You surviving the fires? 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

On May 17, 2014, at 2:46 PM, "Huffman, Peter - LA JOLLA CA" < peter huffman@ml.com > wrote: 

I never listen to NPR but happened to turn it on right as you were coming on some comedy show about 15 mins ago. You 
absolutely killed it. That is a great medium for you. "We tried that with Mondale" 


Peter Huffman 

Senior Vice-President, Wealth Management 

The Huffman Group 

Merrill Lynch 

858.456.3624 

800.955.3380 

858.201.4439 (fax) 

http://fa.ml.com/Huffman Group 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Jake Sullivan" <jake.sullivan@amail.com> 

Date: 4/16/2015 9:26:05 AM 

Subject: Re: Pete Ogden 


Your oil and gas team are really problematic unless she's running to replace Richard Haas as president of CFR. 
JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

On Apr 16, 2015, at 2:42 PM, Jake Sullivan < jake. sullivan@amail.com > wrote: 

I will for now. 

Peter and Trevor Houser will do heavy lifting stuff and we'll have a kitchen cabinet providing guidance. 
Candidates for that: 

Carol Browner 
Francis Beinecke 
Lisa Jackson 

Jodi Freeman - director of Harvard Law's Environmental Program 
Arun Majumdar — founding director of ARPA-E 
Sue Tierney — former Assistant Secretary for Policy at DOE 
Heather Zichal 

Michael Oppenheimer - climate scientist at Princeton 
Jane Lubchenco 

Oil and gas issues: 

Carlos Pascual 

Michael Levi - director of CFR’s energy program 
Sarah Ladislaw - director of CSIS’s energy program 


On Apr 1 6, 2015, at 1 :55 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


Fine with me. Might want to recruit Carol Browner and Frances Beinecke as well. Who in the troika 
will manage this? 

On Apr 16, 2015 1 1 :27 AM, "Jake Sullivan" < jake. sullivan@amail.com > wrote: 

Neera, John - okay for you if we use Pete as an outside advisor on climate and energy? 


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From: "Mary Pat Bonner" <mpbonner@bonnerarp.com> 

T o: John.Podesta@amail.com 

Date: 7/30/2008 9:50:09 AM 

Subject: Call me please -- 1 think I have great news for you 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Nelson W. Cunningham" <ncunninaham@maalobal.com> 

Date: 6/10/2015 7:44:28 AM 

Subject: Re: HRC - surrogate/policy help 


Forwarded to Jake and surrogate lead. 

On Wednesday, June 10, 2015, Nelson W. Cunningham < ncunninaham@maalobal.com > wrote: 

John - 

I wanted to reiterate my offer of help on the campaign, on the policy team as well as your good suggestion of 
surrogate work. 

Thanks for putting me in touch with the appropriate folks . . . 

Nelson 

Nelson W. Cunningham I President 
McLarty Associates I www.maglobal.com 


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From: "Mustafa Hague" <mustafahaque@gmail.com> 

To: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/21/2014 11:20:22 AM 

Subject: Re: Appointment 


I can meet you at the office at 6:45 or 7 am. I have a surgery at 7:30 on Monday. 
Otherwise, i can do any time between 7 and 7:40 on Tuesday as well. 

Just let me know what works best for you. 

Thanks, 

Mustafa 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Feb 21, 2014, at 5:25 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


Mary said you might be able to see me early Monday. That would be great if it works for you. Let me know what time works. I can do 
anything before 8:30. Don't worry about last Thursday. I had a meeting at the White Flouse that I couldn't blow off, so I had to take off. 
Thanks. 

On Feb 3, 2014 10:55 PM, "Mustafa Haque" < mustafahaque@amail.com > wrote: 

That works fine. My office in Chevy chase. See you then. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Feb 3, 2014, at 10:10 PM, John Podesta < john.podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 


If it's ok, I'll come by at 7:30. Your office right? 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

iohn.podesta@amail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@amail.com 

On Feb 3, 2014, at 10:00 PM, Mustafa Haque < mustafahaque@amail.com > wrote: 


John 

Thanks for the update. I would be happy to see you before work if you want to pop in to the office between 7:30 and 8 Am. 
If that doesn't work, definitely see the white house docs. You can have them call me so we can decide if an antibiotic is 
necessary. You can also do an Epsom salt soak tonight and see if that helps. 

I will be up for another hour or so if you want to call. You can also text me a picture of the hand. 

Take care, Mustafa 


On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 8:53 PM, John Podesta < john.podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 

Dr. Haque, 

I've been doing well, but fear that the little finger may be getting infected. I saw Daniel Saturday and this morning and all 
seemed fine except the place where the finger joins the palm continues to weep. We concluded that it might be a good idea 
to have the White House Docs re-dress the wound with clean peri strips. I've arranged to do that tomorrow morning. 
Tonight the finger seems to be swelling more and hurts a bit more. Color is still pink and consistent with other skin. Swelling 
could be a result of PT, but seems possible that it's infected. I can keep my a appointment with the WH med unit and ck in 
after that, unless you think it's better to come in straight away. 

As always, thanks for everything including the cherry blossom admission! 

John 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

iohn.podesta@amail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@amail.com 

On Jan 31, 2014, at 10:12 PM, Mustafa Haque < mustafahaque@amail.com > wrote: 


Hi John, 

Hope you are doing well. Please feel free to call me at 301-787-1040 if you have any problems with your hand 
wounds. I was having some trouble downloading pictures from my phone, so I will work on getting you the surgery 
pictures this weekend. 


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Your guaranteed entry and the website to register for the cherry blossom are: 

GC-73QHCW-81 https://secure5.marathonauide.com/reaister/CherrvBlossom10IVIile/EntrvBvCode.cfm John P. 

The deadline for registration is March 1. 

Looking forward to a good run. I'm not sure if I can keep up with you, but let me know if you're ever looking for 
company to do a training run on the weekends. 

Take care, 

Mustafa 


Mustafa A. Haque, MD 

Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon 

Summit Orthopedic Surgery 

5530 Wisconsin Avenue 

Suite 1660 

Chevy Chase, MD 20815 
13011 657-9876 


Mustafa A. Haque, MD 

Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon 

Summit Orthopedic Surgery 

5530 Wisconsin Avenue 

Suite 1660 

Chevy Chase, MD 20815 
13011 657-9876 


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T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 2/29/2016 6:13:15 AM 

Subject: failed 


IENDCITIZENSUNITED.ORG 

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From: john.podesta@amail.com 

T o: "Don Gips" <Don.Gips@Level3.com> 

Date: 10/18/2008 2:37:05 PM 

Subject: Fw: Personnel - Lisa Brown/Cabinet Secretary 


Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile 


From: "Melody Barnes" <mbarnes@barackobama.com> 

Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2008 15:49:44 -0500 
To: <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Subject: Re: Personnel - Lisa Brown/Cabinet Secretary 

Thanks. Will do. 

See u tomorrow. 

M 

— Original Message — 

From: John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

To: Melody Barnes 

Sent: Sat Oct 18 15:48:40 2008 

Subject: Re: Personnel - Lisa Brown/Cabinet Secretary 

you should lobby Pete. 

On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 4:28 PM, Melody Barnes <mbarnes@barackobama.com> wrote: 

> John and Mike 

> 

> I'm writing to propose Lisa Brown for the Cabinet Secretary position. 

> 

> I believe the substance of Lisa's Transition-related work - and her approach 

> to doing it - say volumes about her ability to do the job well and in a 

> manner that reflects the Obama culture. 

> 

> She's a great analytic thinker and problem solver, an extremely hard worker, 

> and an excellent manager of people and time. In addition, her past 

> experience in government - coupled with the work she's doing now - give her 

> an invaluable perspective on the work of the Departments and their 

> relationship to the White House. 

> 

> Finally, based on the many years that Lisa and I have worked together, I 

> know her to possess the highest integrity, to be diplomatic and strong, and 

> to have a sense of humor - important qualities in any role. 

> 

> I hope she's a real contender for this position - she would do an excellent 

> job. 

> 

> Thanks so much 

> Melody 

> 


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From: "Neera Tanden" <ntanden@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 12/13/2015 4:1 1 :59 PM 

Subject: Fwd: Fwd: Congratulations on Paris 


Forwarded message 

From: Ben Edwards < edwardstanden@yahoo.com > 
Date: Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 5:39 PM 
Subject: Re: Fwd: Congratulations on Paris 
To: Neera Tanden < ntanden@gmail.com > 


I am very happy because this is the best realistic result to come out of Paris. Now we can truly say that the Republicans are the only thing standing in 
the way of literally saving civilization. If they don't cooperate then it is no longer hyperbole to say that they are truly enemies of the state, enemies of 
the world. I am so happy I can say to my kids, yeah, people have finally gotten around to doing the right thing. It's not all corrupt. There is a chance. 
I'm not naive enough to think that this is the solution, but just a new beginning. Too late? Yes, should have happened years ago. But finally, a plan 
for real action. 

I'm totally one hundred percent for Hillary because if any one of these bozos makes it to the White House, then we'll have a revolution on our hands. 


From: Neera Tanden < nta nden@amail.com > 

To: Ben Edwards < edwardstanden@vahoo.com > 

Sent: Sunday, December 13, 2015 4:54 PM 
Subject: Fwd: Congratulations on Paris 

What should I tell john 

Forwarded message 

From: John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > 
Date: Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 4:45 PM 
Subject: Re: Congratulations on Paris 
To: Neera Tanden < ntanden@amail.com > 


Thanks Neera. Can you believe that doofus Bernie attacked it? Ben happy? 

On Sunday, December 13, 2015, Neera Tanden < ntanden@gmail.com > wrote: 
I know it wouldn't have happened w o the china deal. 

My children and their future children thank you. 


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From: "Neera Tanden" <ntanden@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1/28/2016 9:49:43 AM 

Subject: Re: Ben Jealous 


why would he do that? 
i'm happy to reach out to him. 

Not sure he will care, but happy to try. 

getting his contact info now, but if you have handy, please send 

On Thu, Jan 28, 201 6 at 4:46 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 
Is getting ready to endorse Bernie. Can you do an intervention? 


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From: 

"Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin(a)hrcoffice.com> 

To: 

"Joel Benenson" <ibenenson(a)bsaco.com> 


"Mandv Grunwald" <aruncom(a)aol.com> 

Date: 

4/9/2015 3:44:51 PM 

Subject: 

Re: Rough first crack 

Attachments: 

Four Fights - IOWA - JB -ds.docx 


Here’s an attempt at merging the home base with the four fights, a little fleshed out. I think Joel is onto 
something with making her second bullet into God-given potential, but would give it more of the family/ 
community/social fabric flavor she talked about. 


From: Joel Benenson < ibenenson@bsgco.com > 

Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 6:38 PM 
To: Mandv Grunwald < gruncom@aol.com > 

Cc: Jim Mareolis < J im.Margolis@gmmb.com >. Teddy Goff < teddv.goff@gmail. com >. Robbv < robbvmook2015@gmail.com >, 
John Podesta < iohn.podesta(S)gma il.com >, " ienn if er.m.palmieri(a>gmail.com " < iennifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com >, 

" kri stinakschake(a)gmail.com " < kristinakschake(S) gmail.com >. Jake Sullivan < Jake.Sullivan(S)gmail.com >, Dan 
< dschwerin(S) hrcoffice.com >. John Anzalone < iohn@algpolling.com >. Huma Abedin < huma@hrcoffice.com >, 

" eseppfS)eq uitablegrowth.org " < esepp@equitablegrowth.org >. Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro(S)hrcoffice.com >, 
" Ellen.Esterhav@gmmb.com " < Ellen. Esterhav@gmmb.com >. Sawsan Bay < sbay@hrcoffice.com >, Shannon Currie 
< scurri e@bsgco.com >, Mona Thinavongsa < Mona@algpo lling.com >, Katie Connolly < kcon noil v@bsgco.com > 

Subject: Re: Rough first crack 

I only put policies there illustrate the one she could use. 

Yes she should do four fight first as you're saying Mandy. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Apr 9, 2015, at 6:19 PM, Mandy Grunwald < aruncom@aol.com > wrote: 


I thought what HRC was looking for was a sixty second-ish billboard of these four fights before she goes 
into detail about them. 

What did others think? 

Mandy Grunwald 
Grunwald Communications 
202 973-9400 


On Apr 9, 201 5, at 5:45 PM, Joel Benenson < jbenenson@bsaco.com > wrote: 


Tyring to keep it simple 


From: Marisa McAuliffe r mailto:mmcauliffe(a)hrcoffice.com 1 
Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2015 12:34 PM 
To: Marissa Astor 

Cc Teddy Goff; Jim Margolis; Joel Benenson; Robby; John Podesta; Mandy Grunwald; iennifer.m.palmieri@amail.com ; 
kristinakschake@amail.com ; Jake Sullivan; Dan Schwerin; John Anzalone; Huma Abedin; esepp@equitablearowth.ora ; Lona 
Valmoro; Ellen.Esterhav@ammb.com ; Sawsan Bay; Shannon Currie; Mona Thinavongsa 
Subject: RE: Call with HRC 

Last change. Locking in 4:30pm. 


From: Marisa McAuliffe 

Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2015 11:18 AM 


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To: Marissa Astor 

Cc: Teddy Goff; Margolis, Jim; Joel Benenson; Robby; John Podesta; Mandy Grunwald; 

iermifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com : kristinakschake@email.com ; Jake Sullivan; Dan Schwerin; John Anzalone; 
Huma Abedin; esepp@equitablegrowth.org ; Lona Valmoro; ' Ellen.Esterhav@gmmb.com '; Sawsan Bay 
Subject: RE: Call with HRC 

Apologies for another change - looks like 2:00pm will be the best time in order for prep materials to be ready. I'll 
send around a calendar invite now as well. Best, Marisa 

From: Marisa McAuliffe 

Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2015 9:49 AM 

To: Marissa Astor 

Cc: Teddy Goff; Margolis, Jim; Joel Benenson; Robby; John Podesta; Mandy Grunwald; 

iennifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com : kristinakschake@gmail.com ; Jake Sullivan; Dan Schwerin; John Anzalone; 
Huma Abedin; esepp@equitablegrowth.org ; Lona Valmoro 
Subject: Re: Call with HRC 

Thank you. Confirmed for noon: 

206-402-0100 

930969# 


On Apr 9, 2015, at 9:32 AM, Marissa Astor < marissa. astor@icloud.com > wrote: 

We will make noon work for Robby. 


From: Teddy Goff < teddy. goff@gmail.com > 

Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 9:05 AM 

To: "Margolis. Jim" < Jim. Margolis@gmmb.com > 

Cc: Marisa McAuliffe < mmcauliffe@hrcoffice.com >. Joel Benenson < ibenenson@bsgco.com >, Robby Mook 

< robby moo k2015@gmail.com >. John Podesta < iohn. podesta@gmail.com >, Mandy Grunwald 

< gru ncom@aol.com >, " iennifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com " < ien nifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com >, 

" kristinakschake@gmail.com " < kristinakschake@gmail.com >, Jake Sullivan 

< ia ke.su II ivan@gmail.com >. Dan Schwerin < dschwerin@hrcoffice.com >, John Anzalone 

< iohn@alg polling. com >. Marissa Astor < marissa. astor@icloud.com >, Huma Abedin 

< h uma@hrcoffice.com >. " esepp@eauitablegrowth.org " < esepp@eauitablegrowth.org >, Lona Valmoro 

< lva I mo ro@hrcoffice.com > 

Subject: Re: Call with HRC 

Noon works here 

On Thursday, April 9, 2015, Margolis, Jim < J im.Margolis@gmmb.com > wrote: 

I am suppose to film Gen Powell til 11:30 so noon would work 


From: Marisa McAuliffe < m mcauliffe@hrcoffice.com > 

Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 9:03 AM 
To: Joel Benenson < ibenenson@bsgco.com > 

Cc: Robby < ro bbvmook2015@gmail.com >. John Podesta < iohn. podesta@gmail.com >, GMMBGMMB 

< ii m.margolis@gmmb.com >. Mandy Grunwald < gruncom@aol.com >, Jen Palmieri 

Jennifer. m.palmieri@gmail.com >. Kristina Schake < kristinakschake@gmail.com >, Jake Sullivan 

< ia ke.su II ivan@gmail.com >, Dan Schwerin < dschwerin@ hrcoffice.com >, Teddy Goff 

< tedd v.goff@gmail.com >, John Anzalone < iohn@alg polling. com >, " marissa.astor@icloud.com " 

< ma rissa.astor@icloud.com >. Huma Abedin < huma@hrcoffice.com >. " esepp@equitablegrowth.org 

< esepp@ equitablegrowth.org >. Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hrcoffice.com > 

Subject: RE: Call with HRC 

Would noon work for everyone (she’s flexible on timing)? 

From: Joel Benenson [ mailto:ibenenson@bsgco.com ] 

Sent: Thursday, April 09, 2015 9:02 AM 
To: Marisa McAuliffe 

Cc: Robby; John Podesta; Jim Margolis; Mandy Grunwald; iennifer.m.pabnieri@gmail.com ; 
kristinakschake@gmail.com : Jake Sullivan; Dan Schwerin; Teddy Goff; John Anzalone; 
marissa.astor@icloud.com : Huma Abedin; esepp@equitablegrowth.org ; Lona Valmoro 

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Subject: Re: Call with HRC 

On a flight that is scheduled to land at 11:30 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Apr 9, 2015, at 9:00 AM, Marisa McAuliffe < mmcauliffe@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 

Hi all - HRC would like to have a call with you today. Please let me know if 1 1 :00am will NOT 
work for you. Call in information is: 

206-402-0100 

930969# 

Best, 

Marisa 

Marisa McAuliffe 

Office of Hillary Rodham Clinton 

646-647-2742 (o) 

813-480-9370 (c) 


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From: "Stan Greenberg" <sareenbera@aqrr.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/1/2016 9:35:02 PM 

Subject: Terrific turn 


Liked it a lot. Change and reform and how best to get there. Excellent!! 
Stan 

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From: "Susan Kleinbera" <s2slk@aol.com> 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 7/1 1/2013 7:44:31 AM 

Subject: Much too long! 


Dear John, 

How are you? What shakes? 
Be great to see you. 

Love, 

Susan 



Susan Kleinberg's "Kairos," at the Alliance Francaise for the opening of the 2013 Venice Biennale, derives from work with the scientific team of the 
Louvre over the past year. It is a landscape of possibilities in deep migration. 

These images were filmed through the Louvre's Hirox microscope from elements related to an enigmatic Mesopotamian figure. They are an avalanche 
of the possible, microcosm and immense in space, from the center of what we don't know to the implications of imagination. Slowly unraveling beyond 
descriptive, they reach to an almost undulating, disequilibrating atomic level, in deep color. 

This Mesopotamian figure, Ishtar, is a major goddess, rubies from Burma in her eyes and navel, with her palm outstretched in the classic gesture of 
offering, an invitation into the work. The unraveling images are an excavation through borders, an essential comment on location of perspective. The 
microscope has functioned as an invisible facilitator. 



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The Alliance Francaise is located in the Casino Venier, once the illicit meeting place of a great Venetian lady. 
Video Link - https://vimeo.com/65944212 
Print Images 



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"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta(a)amail.com> 

achanen(a)cps.edu 

1/8/2016 12:03:20 PM 

Lane tech 


Let me know if you would like to talk 


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From: "Rick Headahl, VoteVets.org" <Rick@votevets.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 6/12/2014 10:34:16 AM 

Subject: 93-3 


YV 

VoteVGts.org The Voice of America ’s 21st Century Patriots 


John - 

Excellent news! Yesterday afternoon, the U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly to 
expand veterans' health care at VA facilities across the country. 

As an Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran who relies on the VA medical system for my 
primary health care, I wanted to write a note saying thank you for signing our 
petition on this issue. 

Three months ago, the right-wing of the Senate filibustered a similar bill, but now, 
the VA has the authority to hire more doctors and nurses to keep up with the influx 
of veterans recently returned from two new wars overseas. Even more, the Senate 
also voted to increase tuition assistance and job training for veterans returning 
home, helping them to better reintegrate with society. 

It's a big victory, and it has a lot to do with all of us making our voices heard. 

But now it's important Senators know that we appreciate their vote on 
this issue. Use our Contact Congress tool and send a message 
thanking them for standing up for veterans. 

This is one vote, and we all appreciate the action. But there are still a number of 
Senators and Representatives who have consistently put their small-government 
at-all-costs ideology ahead of the veterans they've callously sent off to war. 

Elected officials like Senator Mitch McConnell, Congressman Tom Cotton and 
Steve Daines who forget that the commitment to care for the men and women who 
put on our nation's uniform shouldn't stop once they return home from the wars 
they were sent to fight. 

We're going to continue our work educating their constituents, and we're glad 
you're with us in that fight. 

All the best, 

Rick Hegdahl 
OIF Veteran 
VoteVets.org 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Ira Shapiro" <ira@shapiroalobal.com> 

Date: 12/14/2014 12:29:52 AM 

Subject: You 


Glad to hear things went well. Enjoy some rest over the holidays. 
JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 


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From: "Burns Strider" <burns.strider@americanbridae.ora> 

T o: CTRFriendsFamily <CTRFriendsFamily@americanbridae.ora> 

Date: 10/30/2014 7:40:07 AM 

Subject: Correct The Record Thursday October 30, 2014 Afternoon Roundup 



CORRECT THE RECORD 


AMERICAN BRIDGE 

Correct The Record Thursday October 30. 2014 Afternoon Roundup: 


Tweets: 


Pres. Bill Clinton @billclinton: From one son of the South and sports fanatic to another, my hat's off to vou. @tim cook . buswk.co/ 
ItSzQjR [10/30/14. 1:15 p.m. EDT ] 


Correct The Record @CorrectRecord: . @HillarvClinton donated the royalties from "It Takes a Village" to orgs that serve children & 
families #HRC365 http://clinton6.nara.aov/1 996/1 2/1 996-1 2-20-first-ladv-announces-book-rovalties-dispersement.html . . . [10/30/14. 10:16 
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Correct The Record @CorrectRecord: . @HillarvClinton brought together women entrepreneurs and mentors through Pathways for Prosperity 
program #HRC365 http://correctrecord.ora/breakina-alass-womens-economic-empowerment/ . . . [10/29/14. 3:46 p.m. EDT ] 


Headlines: 


National Memo opinion: Joe Conason: “Plutocrat Or Populist? Actually. Hillary Clinton Is Neither” 


“Neither plutocrat nor populist, she firmly believes a strong middle class is the essence of a democratic society. But amid the ceaseless clamor of 
right-wing ideology, that may just be radical enough." 


Washington Post blog: The Fix: “Why Hillary Clinton would be smart to announce her presidential candidacy ASAP” 


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“The reality of being Hillary Clinton - the best known politician not named Barack Obama in the country and a massive frontrunner for the 
Democratic presidential nomination - is that the campaign both for and against her is already well under way. There are outside organizations 
designed to gather opposition research against her (America Rising) and to protect her from that criticism (Correct The Record).” 


Washington Post blog: Post Politics: “Hillary Clinton is everywhere this week. That won’t last.” 


"Hillary Rodham Clinton is hitting the trail hard for Democrats in the home stretch, making a whirlwind tour of fall battlegrounds as the days dwindle 
to the Nov. 4 midterm elections." 


Business Insider: “Ted Cruz: Here’s The One Thing That Will Guarantee A Hillary Clinton Victory” 


“Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) believes the Republican Party needs to avoid one crucial mistake in the 2016 presidential election: running a candidate ‘in 
the mold’ of Mitt Romney, the 2012 nominee. ‘If we run another candidate like that, Hillary Clinton will be the next president,’ Cruz 
said Thursday morning on CNBC.” 


CNBC: “Cruz: Hillary will win if another Romnev-tvpe runs” 


“Sen. Ted Cruz, a tea party favorite and possible presidential contender, told CNBC on Thursday the only way the GOP can win the White House in 
2016 is to run a strong conservative candidate.” 


Quad City Times: “Hillary Clinton: It's not where you're from, it's who you're for” 


“The conservative research group, America Rising, also emailed reporters Wednesday a list of about a half dozen instances when Clinton herself 
had failed to answer questions on a range of topics.” 


Articles: 


National Memo opinion: Joe Conason: “Plutocrat Or Populist? Actually. Hillary Clinton Is Neither” 


By Joe Conason 

October 30, 2014, 6:00 a.m. EDT 


As America’s biggest political target - a status she is likely to enjoy for the foreseeable future - Hillary Rodham Clinton takes incoming fire of every 
caliber from all directions. One day her words are ripped from context to depict her as a plutocratic elitist; on another day, she is quoted, 
selectively, to prove that she is a raving populist. And on still another day last week, when she was campaigning in North Carolina for Senator Kay 
Hagan, a right-wing rag tarred her as a “plutocratic populist.” 


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Her partisan critics never worry about such ludicrous contradiction, so long as they can keep pumping out the cheap shots. Having endured the 
same tactics in the White House, the Senate, and the State Department, in campaigns and in daily life, she must find it all boringly familiar by now. 


So far her popularity has remained remarkably durable - but the constant effort to sow confusion about her sympathies, positions, and policies, 
especially on economic issues, still deserves rebuttal. 


Ever since she mentioned the fact that she and her husband were “flat broke," meaning deep in debt, when they left the White House, Clinton’s 
most hypocritical adversaries on the right have tried to provoke envy. Accepting a large speaking fee from the likes of Goldman Sachs bolstered 
the meme that she is “out of touch” with the problems faced by middle-class families. 


Now, as she speaks out on economic issues during the midterm campaign, she is portrayed as “copying” the “populist, anti-corporate rhetoric” of 
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), courageous scourge of crooked bankers and financial fraudsters. 


But the truth about Hillary’s economic outlook is both simpler and more complex. 


The simple part is that for her entire public career, Clinton has been a consistent advocate for working families and the middle class — notably on 
issues like the minimum wage, which she fought to raise as a senator. She sponsored legislation not only to raise the wage, repeatedly, but 
demanded a ban on congressional and executive pay increases until workers’ wages went up first. 


“I’m talking about people who get up and go to work every day, [whose paychecks] haven’t been raised since 1997,” she told a conservative 
farmers’ group in 2007. “And congressional salaries have gone up more than $30,000 at the same time. I don’t think we should have any more 
congressional pay raises until, number one, the minimum wage is raised, but number two, until average wages start going up, because the last five 
years Americans have been treading water.” 


During her Senate career and then as a Democratic presidential candidate, Clinton told everyone who would listen what she thought about 
questions of fairness, inequality, and growth that remain central today. She dismissed the idea that higher minimum wages damage growth and 
employment; she demanded restoration of the traditional balance between government and markets, which had tipped too much toward corporate 
power; she blasted the Bush administration’s cuts in assistance to the poor and unemployed; and she urged, above aii, that the forces destroying 
the middle class must be restrained and ultimately reversed. 


Whatever her connections with the wealthy and well connected, Clinton doesn’t seem terribly impressed. “With all due respect, rich people did not 
make America great,” she said in 2006. “Every society throughout history has had the rich and the poor. It was America’s destiny to create 
something new, a middle class that provided upward mobility for the poor and opportunity for the many. Our strength, our economy, our values 
derive from the promise of America, the promise of lifting yourself up through hard work in a society that rewarded results.” In her presidential 
campaign, she called for a “21 st-century progressivism” in the trust-busting, labor-friendly style of Theodore Roosevelt. 


The more complicated part, however, is that Clinton isn’t anti-business, hostile to markets, or suspicious of enterprise, as “populists” are supposed 
to be. She once sat on the Walmart board of directors. She often speaks admiringly of her father’s small drapery business, she pushed hard on 
behalf of American corporations abroad as Secretary of State, and at the Clinton Foundation she now promotes small- and medium-business 
development to empower women in America and around the world. 


Clinton is a sharp, tough, determined politician who rose, like her husband, from an ordinary family. She understands the pressures wreaking 
havoc on the system of rewards and rules that built this country. Neither plutocrat nor populist, she firmly believes a strong middle class is the 
essence of a democratic society. But amid the ceaseless clamor of right-wing ideology, that may just be radical enough. 


Washington Post blog: The Fix: “Why Hillary Clinton would be smart to announce her presidential candidacy ASAP” 


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By Chris Cillizza 

October 30, 2014, 10:12 a.m. EDT 


Former Obama chief strategist David Plouffe is advising Hillary Clinton to announce her intention to run for president shortly after the 2014 election 
concludes, according to a terrific piece this morning by Politico's Maggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush. “Why not?” Plouffe reportedly told Clinton 
about the prospect of an early announcement. “They are already going after you.” 


Plouffe is right - both for the practical reasons outlined in the quote above and for more symbolic, but no less important, reasons too. 


The reality of being Hillary Clinton - the best known politician not named Barack Obama in the country and a massive frontrunner for the 
Democratic presidential nomination - is that the campaign both for and against her is already well under way. There are outside organizations 
designed to gather opposition research against her (America Rising) and to protect her from that criticism (Correct The Record). There is a super 
PAC - Priorities USA - that is expected to carry the load of the pro-Clinton, anti-Clinton-opponent advertising and another one (Ready for Hillary) 
building a grassroots network for her candidacy. 


Hillary Clinton, in the eyes of the political world, is already running for president. Waiting to acknowledge what everyone already knows and has 
spent the last year-plus preparing for makes little sense - particularly because running for the nation's highest office requires massive amounts of 
time for fundraising, organization building, message development and so on and so forth. Why play coy when there's no mystery? Get in and start 
running. Everybody already assumes you are. 


The less obvious but maybe more important reason for Clinton to announce sooner rather than later is that it would be somewhat unorthodox and 
unexpected. The conventional wisdom surrounding Clinton's timing on announcing is that she wants to wait as long as possible for people to see 
her in a political light. Her approval ratings have been sky high for years now because she hasn't been in office (or running for office) so why not 
preserve that "I'm not a politician (yet)" vibe for as a long as possible? 


Clinton spent the entirety of her 2008 race for president guided by just this sort of conventional wisdom. It led to her being perceived - and being - 
an overly cautious politician who always wanted to see which way the wind was blowing before making up her mind about anything. (Remember 
that the start of Clinton's slide in the 2008 primary was when she tried to have it both ways on a question about undocumented workers getting 
driver's licenses at the end of a debate in the summer of 2007.) 


Clinton needs to run a different kind of campaign this time. And, she has the luxury to do some unconventional things because, unlike in 2008, there 
is no real threat to her among the other Democrats thinking semi-seriously about running for president. By "taking a risk" and announcing early - 
although, of course, it's really no risk at all given her lack of competition - Clinton can show insiders, donors and activists (aka the only people 
paying any attention at this point) that this campaign is going to be different than the last one. 


Add it up and there's really no reason for Clinton not to get into the presidential race shortly after the 2014 midterms conclude. Unless, of course, 
she decides not to run. 


Washington Post blog: Post Politics: “Hillary Clinton is everywhere this week. That won’t last.” 

By Anne Gearan 

October 30, 2014, 8:00 a.m. EDT 

Hillary Rodham Clinton is hitting the trail hard for Democrats in the home stretch, making a whirlwind tour of fall battlegrounds as the days dwindle 
to the Nov. 4 midterm elections. 


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But don't expect most of that new visibility to last much past Nov. 5. 


Clinton's itinerary this week includes stops in Iowa Wednesday for Rep. Bruce Braley, in a close Senate race against Republican Joni Ernst; in New 
Hampshire Sunday, to aid Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in fighting off a challenge from former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R), and give a boost to 
Gov. Maggie Hassan's far smoother path to reelection; and in between, to Louisiana to give a boost to Sen. Mary Landrieu's battle to hold on to her 
Senate seat and Kentucky Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes's effort to claim Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's. 


Clinton's packed schedule this month has also included events in Colorado for Sen. Mark Udall, Florida for gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, 
Massachusetts for gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley, Nevada for Sen. Harry Reid, Ftennsylvania for gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf, Illinois 
for Gov. Pat Quinn, Maryland for gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown and New York and California for Democratic campaign cash. Her heavy 
midterm stumping reflects her unique position as a hugely popular figure and leading fund raiser in her party now and potential presidential 
candidate later. 


But the day after the votes are counted, Clinton probably turns into a political pumpkin. No matter how the election goes for Democrats, she isn't 
likely to appear among the party leaders crowing or crying on television. 


Why? Because after the midterms are over, there'll be nothing standing in Clinton's way for a second presidential run - but it's not in her interest to 
make any sudden moves. 


Clinton has said she will decide by early 201 5. Assuming she intends to run, the planning will begin in earnest in the weeks following the midterms. 


And assuming she intends to run, going quiet for a couple of months would let her delay the moment when her every tiny move is evaluated 
through the prism of 2016. Sure, that's already happening - but maintaining even a brief period of relative invisibility would give her a chance to 
digest the outcome of the midterms and quietly collect assurances of political and financial support nationwide. 


After near-daily public appearances now, Clinton has just three known public events after the midterms: An appearance at the 1 0th anniversary 
celebration of the Clinton presidential library in Arkansas on Nov. 1 4 and speaking appearances at a League of Conservation Voters event in New 
York on Dec. 1 and at the Massachusetts Conference for Women on Dec. 4. 


The likelihood that Clinton will nearly disappear overnight, coupled with her past distaste for mixing it up with the press, made for a bit of irony in 
Iowa. 


Clinton took a swipe at Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst on Wednesday, telling a Cedar Rapids crowd that Ernst's no-show for an Editorial 
Board interview with the Des Moines Register is "disqualifying." 


"I have concluded that lowans take politics really seriously," CNN quoted Clinton as saying. "You test your candidates, you actually force them to 
be the best they can be, and they have to be willing to answer the tough questions." 


Business Insider: “Ted Cruz: Here’s The One Thing That Will Guarantee A Hillary Clinton Victory” 


By Colin Campbell 

October 30, 2014, 9:00 a.m. EDT 


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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) believes the Republican Party needs to avoid one crucial mistake in the 2016 presidential election: running a candidate "in 
the mold" of Mitt Romney, the 2012 nominee. 


"If we run another candidate like that, Hillary Clinton will be the next president," Cruz said Thursday morning on CNBC. 


Cruz, a conservative firebrand who is looking at his own potential presidential campaign, urged Republicans to instead "learn from history." 


"We need to look to history and what works and what doesn't," he said. "The one thing is clear is if Republicans run another candidate in the mold 
of a Bob Dole, or a John McCain, or a Mitt Romney — and let me be clear, all three of those are good, honorable men. They're decent men. They're 
patriots. But if we run another candidate in the mold of a Bob Dole, or a John McCain, or Mitt Romney, we will end up with the same result." 


Cruz was responding to a question about the potential candidacy of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Florida), the brother and son of the two most 
recent Republican presidents. Cruz declined to say whether Bush was too far to the left, but spoke broadly about uninspiring candidates. 


"Jeb has not declared his candidacy. I like Jeb. I'm a fan of Jeb Bush's. I'm going to let him decide if he's running first and let the primary voters 
make a decision," Cruz said. 


Watch below. 


[VIDEO] 


CNBC: “Cruz: Hillary will win if another Romney-type runs” 

By Matthew J. Belvedere 
October 30, 2014 

Sen. Ted Cruz, a tea party favorite and possible presidential contender, told CNBC on Thursday the only way the GOP can win the White House in 
2016 is to run a strong conservative candidate. 


"We need to learn from history," the Texas Republican said in a "Squawk Box" interview. "If Republicans run another candidate in the mold of a 
Bob Dole or a John McCain or a Mitt Romney ... we will end up with the same result, which is millions of people will stay home on Section Day." 


"If we run another candidate like that," he continued, "Hillary Clinton will be the next president." 


In political circles, many believe the former secretary of State will again seek the Democratic nomination for president, though she has not said 
either way yet. Hillary Clinton lost the nomination in 2008 to Barack Obama. 


Supports states' rights on aav marriage 


On social issues, Cruz said he supports the rights of the states to decide whether to allow same-sex marriage even though he personally believes 
in marriage between one man and one woman. 


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He appeared on CNBC ahead of next week's midterm election and as news was breaking Thursday morning about Apple CEO Tim Cook 
announcing he's gay. 


"I support marriage between one man and one woman," Cruz said. "And I support the Constitution letting each state decide each marriage law 
consistent with the values of their citizens." 


"One of the problems of the 'big government left' is they want everything to be a one-size-fits-all solution from Washington," he said. 


In a separate "Squawk Box" interview Thursday, liberal Democrat Barney Frank, retired openly-gay congressman from Massachusetts, praised 
Cruz for those comments. 


Very optimistic' about midterm election 


Cruz, known for bucking the Republican establishment, is not up for re-election until 201 8. But the freshman senator from Texas said he's been 
crisscrossing the nation in support of conservative candidates in the runup to Tuesday'svoting. 


"I am very optimistic," he said. "I think Republicans are going to retake the Senate. We're going to retire Harry Reid." The Senator Majority Leader 
Reid, a Democrat from Nevada, has been a thorn in the GOP's side for years. 


In a USA Today op-ed earlier this month, Cruz laid out an agenda for 201 5, assuming that Republicans would retain the House and gain control of 
the Senate. He said Congress should work to jumpstart the economy, safeguard constitutional liberties and strengthen national security. He also 
advocated repealing Obamacare, auditing the Federal Reserve, and getting rid of the federal education Common Core standards. 


He echoed those economic themes in Thursday's CNBC interview. "On Wall Street, things are booming. But for working men and women, life has 
gotten harder and harder and harder. What we're doing under the Obama economy isn't working." 


Quad City Times: “Hillary Clinton: It's not where you're from, it's who you're for” 


By Ed Tibbetts 
October 29, 2014 


Hillary Clinton urged Democrats in Davenport on Wednesday to work the rest of the week to get Senate hopeful Bruce Braley elected, accusing his 
Republican opponent Joni Ernst of ducking tough questions. 


Clinton, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, campaigned for Braley at a union hall in Cedar Rapids and later at the Davenport RiverCenter. 


Clinton seized on the controversy over Ernst not meeting with some newspaper editorial boards and said she was trying to let outside money win 
the race for her. 


"I've never seen anything like it," Clinton said. 


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The former secretary of state did have some fun with the line of attack. 


"Not in Iowa do people get away with not answering questions — except questions far into the future," she said, a quip that prompted cheers from 
the crowd. 


On a range of issues, Clinton drew contrasts between Braley and Ernst, saying he stood with average lowans, and for women. And she said 
what matters most is not where the candidate is from, but who they are for. "It's not just enough to be from Iowa, you have to be for lowans," she 
said. 


Clinton also took a poke at some of the themes of the Iowa Senate campaign, which she said are trying to district people so "you'll be concerned 
about pigs and chickens than hard working women and men," college costs and the economy. 


This was Clinton's second visit to the state in a month, and in Davenport she recalled her own 2008 bid for the presidency, saying lowans like to 
challenge candidates. 


"I have experienced that myself," she said. 


Clinton finished third in the Iowa caucuses, and Republicans were too happy to point to the 2008 race Wednesday, noting that Braley didn't back 
Clinton then, instead choosing John Edwards and, later, Barack Obama. 


Still, the Waterloo congressman was effusive in praising Clinton, recalling singing "Happy Birthday" to her years ago, and he talked about the birth 
of her first grandchild, which drew a wide smile from her. 


For his part, Braley continued to press Ernst, saying she was trying to conceal her views. 


"She is trying to hide she is not on your side," Braley said. 


The closing days of the campaign find a tight race, though Republicans say they have the momentum, while Democrats say they have a superior 
grassroots effort. 


A Guinniapiac University poll, released Wednesday, said Ernst leads by a 49-45 margin. 


Republicans touted the results, and they also pushed back against the idea that Ernst is ducking questions. 


Ernst's campaign has said she is meeting with voters on a 99 county tour, but also going face to face with journalists. 


The conservative research group, America Rising, also emailed reporters Wednesday a list of about a half dozen instances when Clinton herself 
had failed to answer questions on a range of topics. 


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From: "Anna Canfield" <acanfield@americanproaress.ora> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

john.podesta@ppt.gov 
Date: 1/9/2009 2:42:51 AM 

Subject: FW: TIME SENSITIVE: LAURA NICHOLS 


Meeting with Laura this afternoon any reaction before that would be much appreciated. 


Original Message 

From: Sarah Wartell 

Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009 5:15 PM 
To: 'john.podesta@gmail.com' 

Cc: 'John Podesta' 

Subject: TIME SENSITIVE: LAURA NICHOLS 

See below. I read more closely and it appears she wants to do this at CAP with maria Shriver and her 
organization. She's hoping for Obama/WH blessing/interest. Doesn't sound like any money in the project now to 
pay for Laura -- might be some later. Sounds speculative -- could work but I fear another First Tuesday like long 
jestation while we front Laura's involvement. 

She is meeting with me tomorrow. I would be inclined to say that sounds like a good project but she's got to be 
fully paid for by money she raises with maria or otherwise. If Obama folks are interested, I wouldn't apply the 50- 
50 rule -- So a go-no go decision is not dependant up on her raising twice what she costs us. But if she wants 
CAP to make major investment in project beyond just her time, she's got to raise twice as much and cover all 
costs and other staff time. 

That's a bit harsh. Does it sound right? 

Sarah Rosen Wartell 
swartell@americanprogress.org 

Original Message 

From: Laura Nichols 

Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009 9:02 AM 
To: Peter Ogden; Sarah Wartell 
Subject: 09 work plan 

I owe us still but have new developments that would change. This past week, I've been working through 
prospects of a potential project that if we can help make happen, would occupy most if not all of my time. It 
involves a partnership with Maria Shriver and a natl study of the state of the American woman. Early 
conversations have been had with Valerie Jarrett (with Maria and her staff) about President requesting or 
blessing in advance. ( Btw, CAP potential involvement not mentioned in that convo, just the general idea of the 
need for a natl study). ) Next step is Mel and First Lady's office. CAP would serve as a voice on policy and 
oversight of commissioned natl polling project, planning and potentially media outreach. Maria would chair 
roundtables throughout the year in various settings and with all kinds of women - women on their own, who 
constitute more than half of all women -- Single, divorced and widowed. Professional women. Blue and pink 
collar women. Stay at home moms. Retired women. Single women. Likely to Involve activist voices (incl celeb 
types attached to relevant causes) and electeds tbd. In addition to 'state of report would be recommendation of 
policy proposals that would directly impact their unique needs. Much of which I suspect will fall under exsisting 
CAP ideas and recommendations from the Povery Commission. Nirvana would be presenting the work to the 
President, followed by a day long conference and congressional hearing. Regardless of admin blessing or 
involvement Maria would still want to do - can be presented at her annual women's conference which has 
become an oprah like day-long seminar devoted to women. Sparkly presenters in past have incl everyone from 

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martha stewart to maureen dowd to suze orman and fergie presents. Very long list. Extremely well attended, I 
think the one I went to was 10.000 plus. Other bonus: its in LA. 

They do not want to dally. .going to give cutting through WH red tape for a month but then go anyway. A lot of 
potential for a media sponsor. Anyway a long way of saying I am starting to knock on doors to sound this out - 
talking to jessica and debbie goldberg today. Sarah tomorrow (Pete, your welcome to join) to gauge what the 
interest and feasibility is for CAP involvement. Maria has an organization behind the conference and will raise $ 
for. Feels like foundation support to be had. And if they manage to get blessing or commission from admin, 
seems like we'd have a good shot at both. We are I on ground floor, no one else involved yet. I'm writing a memo 
for maria for next week. Anyway, wanted to let u know. Am psyched about prospect of. L 


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From: "Lona Valmoro" <[valmoro@hrcoffice.com> 

T o: "Lona Valmoro" <lvalmoro@hrcoffice.com> 

"Phil Schiliro" <pschiliro@sb-atalaya.com> 

"Jake Sullivan" <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Kendall. David" <DKendall@wc.com> 

bfallon@hillaryclinton.com 

"Mandv Grunwald" <aruncom@aol.com> 

"Phil Barnett" <pbarnett@sb-atalaya.com> 

"Cheryl Mills" <cheryl.mills@amail.com> 

jp66@hillaryclinton.com 

"Turner. Katherine" <KTurner@wc.com> 

"Philippe?? Reines" <pir@hrcoffice.com> 
jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com 

"Heather Samuelson" <heather.samuelson@amail.com> 

"Huma Abedin" <huma@hrcoffice.com> 

"Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Matt Siealer" <matt@sb-atalaya.com> 

Date: 10/20/2015 9:06:41 AM 

Subject: URGENT — PREP now starting at 2:00pm -- Tuesday, October 20th 


We are pushing the afternoon prep session to 2:00pm start time. 

Please keep an eye on email in case that needs further adjustment but for 
now, 2:00pm at Whitehaven please. 

Thank you < Lona 

Lona Valmoro 

Office of Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton 

lvalmoro@hrcoffice.com 

202-365-2934 


On 10/20/15, 8:47 AM, "Lona Valmoro" <lvalmoro@hrcoffice.com> wrote: 

>Today's prep session with HRC is now moving to 1:00pm start time. Please 
>let me know if you have any questions -- TY 
> 

» On Oct 19, 2015, at 5:43 PM, Lona Valmoro <lvalmoro@hrcoffice.com> 
»wrote: 

» 

» The prep session with HRC tomorrow will begin at 10:00am. 

» 

» Please note that your assistant may not necessarily be copied on this 
» email in order to keep minimal email traffic so please share as needed. 

» 

» Tuesday, October 20th 
» 10:00am-5:00pm 


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» 3067 Whitehaven Street, NW 
» Washington, DC 20008 
» 

» Lunch will be served tomorrow. Please call or email should you have 
»any 

» questions, thank you. 

» 

» Lona Valmoro 

» Office of Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton 
» lvalmoro@hrcoffice.com 
» 202-365-2934 
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From: "Cheryl Mills" <cheryl.mills@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 3/18/2015 2:39:05 AM 

Subject: Re: RE: Re: 


I have a 1 pm and a 3pm so 2pm is best for me. 
cdm 

On Mar 18, 2015, at 9:25 AM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


I'm better at 2:00. 

On Mar 18, 2015 9:18 AM, "Bull, Leslie (Perkins Coie)" < LBull@perkinscoie.com > wrote: 

Marc can do the 6:30-7:30pm window that Marissa mentioned, but if 2pm works best for all we can 
rearrange his appointments to accommodate. 

Original Message 

From: Cheryl Mills [mailto: cheryl.mills@amail.com ] 

Sent: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 12:49 AM 
To: Marissa Astor 

Cc: Elias, Marc (Perkins Coie); Charlie Baker; John Podesta; Robby Mook; Dennis Cheng; Bull, Leslie 
(Perkins Coie); Joanne Laszczych 
Subject: Re: 

2pm works for me - Adding Joanne 
cdm 

> On Mar 17, 2015, at 10:34 PM, Marissa Astor < marissa. astor@icloud.com > wrote: 

> 

> Robby can do 2 to 3pm or possibly 6:30 to 7:30pm if we reschedule his check in with Marc/if they don't 
need their weekly check in this week. 

> 

> 

> 

» On Mar 17, 2015, at 10:32 PM, Elias, Marc (Perkins Coie) < MEIias@perkinscoie.com > wrote: 

» 

» Adding Leslie. 

» 

» — 

» Marc E. Elias 
» Perkins Coie LLP 
» 700 13th St, NW 
» Washington, DC 20005 
» 202-434-1609 (ph) 

» 202-654-9126 (fax) 

» melias@perkinscoie.com 
» 

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» Original Message 

» From: Charlie Baker < Charlie. Baker@dewevsquare.com > 

» Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 10:30 PM 
» To: John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com >, Cheryl Mills 
» < cheryl. mills@gmail.com >, Robby Mook < robbymook2015@gmail.com >, Dennis 
» Cheng < d. cheng@me.com >, Marc Elias < melias@perkinscoie.com > 

» Cc: Marissa Astor < marissa. astor@icloud.com > 

» Subject: <no subject> 

» 

» After talking to Marc, I wanted to organize a call about fundraising 
» engagement with outside groups. How is everyone's tommorrow after 2? 

» 

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» 

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» 

» 

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From: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta@amail.com> 

To: 

auillcb@qmail.com 

Date: 

10/15/2015 12:17:53 PM 

Subject: 

Fwd: Sister Souljah moment 

Attachments: 

Hoenlein. Malcolm 07.02.15.pdf 


Charles, 

Here's a letter, Hillary sent to Malcolm Hoenlein in July on the BDS movement. It got some attention at the 
time. Please feel free to share broadly as this issue is recurring. 

John 


Forwarded message 

From: Robert Russo < rrusso@hillaryclinton.com > 

Date: Thursday, October 15, 2015 

Subject: Sister Souljah moment 

To: Jake Sullivan < jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com > 

Cc: John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com >, Laura Rosenberger < lrosenberaer@hillaryclinton.com > 


Attached is the letter we sent. 
-Rob 


Forwarded message 

From: Charles Bane Jr < quillcb@gmail.com > 
Date: Thursday, October 15, 2015 
Subject: Sister Souljah moment 
To: podesta@law.georgetown.edu 


Dear Mr. Podesta, 

I believe there is a Sister Souljah moment awaiting Sec. Clinton that will advance both the health of the 
Democratic party, and the aims of the Clinton campaign. I'm a lifelong Democrat, but I'm repulsed by the BDS 
movement that has become, in too many minds, a tenet of progressive orthodoxy. As extreme as the most 
conservative may be, the right wing is unswerving in its support of Israel, and shows no tolerance for anti- 
Semitism. I understand fully that the PM of Israel is an opportunist, and unsavory. But the larger reality is that 
the BDS movement, popular among academics, would be gaining adherents no matter who was PM. This is 
fundamentally wrong. It needs to be addressed as a moral issue and the Secretary, would, in my opinion, reap 
the benefits of being ( as we both know her to be ) unequivocally pro- Israel in voters' minds. 

Cordially, 

Charles Bane, Jr. 

Palm Beach, FI. 


Robert Russo 


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Director of Correspondence and Briefings 
Hillary for America 
rrusso@hillaryclinton.com 


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From: "Sara Latham" <slatham@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 12/1 1/2015 9:54:10 AM 

Subject: Phil Munger 


I spoke to Phil, and to Lisa Gioia. 

explained you've been on the road for Dennis with a packed schedule (he was mtg Kathy Gasperine for drinks 
as we spoke!) 

Phil is committed, will do HVF $353 this year and next, but doesn't like super PACs, prefers to give direct to 
State parties for voter reg and GOTV efforts. 

He attended the Warren Buffett bfast roundtable yesterday and asked Warren a question about giving to State 
Parties, mentioned a proposal he has about it trying to solicit his support and other attendees - Buffett's 
response was, ask HRC about it, not me. 

he's sending us a 1 -pager, which I said I'd share w/you and others. 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Phil Angelides (RCI)" <phil@riverviewci.com> 

Date: 4/30/2015 4:48:27 PM 

Subject: Re: Welcome to CA 


Thanks Phil. Let's talk soon. 

On Thursday, April 30, 2015, Phil Angelides (RCI) < phil@riverviewci.com > wrote: 
John - 


I hope that this message finds you well. 


I had hoped to be able to make my way down to the Bay Area to attend one of the campaign strategy sessions 
you are holding, but unfortunately I couldn’t rearrange my schedule to be with you. 


While I won’t see you tomorrow, I wanted to let you know that I’m willing to be as helpful as a I can and that I’m 
willing to devote energy and time to the cause. 


Since I concluded my service as Chair of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, I’ve devoted most of my time 
to my business after two plus decades of a primary focus on public service and politics. With my major projects 
(3 utility scale solar p.v. projects totaling 255 megawatts/producing enough power for 100,000 homes and 2 
large urban infill residential projects) now well underway or nearing completion, I can turn much of my focus 
back to progressive causes/candidates. 


I’m willing to help on policy, politics, and fundraising - whatever is needed. If I can be useful/helpful, please let 
me know. 


Safe travels. 


Best, 


Phil 


P.S. I saw that you brought on Charlie Baker. Good - I’ve known Charlie since the Dukakis campaign. You’re 
putting together a good team. 


Phil Angelides 

3001 I Street, Suite 200 

Sacramento, CA 95816 


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From: "Ambassador Kounalakis" <kounalakiset@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Podesta John" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 
Date: 3/30/2015 4:54:1 1 AM 

Subject: Fwd: Jake 


Sending to the other email address just in case... I'm assuming that things have already started up with the FP 
team - I'd really like to join in and I know that I'll be able to contribute a lot. 

Ambassador Eleni Kounalakis 
2500 Steiner Street, Ninth Floor 
San Francisco, CA 94115 
KounalakisET @amail.com 

Sent from my iPad 

Begin forwarded message: 

From: Ambassador Kounalakis < kounalakiset@amail.com > 

Date: March 28, 2015 at 11:43:06 AM PDT 
To: John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > 

Subject: Jake 

John - 

Just checking in to see if you had a chance to talk to Jake. I was thinking I could send him an electronic 
copy of my book, and he can scan it to read the parts where HRC is mentioned. 

Also, I would like to check in with him to see how I might be able to help as HRC develops the "organizing 
principles" for US foreign policy that she suggested would be part of her campaign. 

Of course she has many experts (starting with herself) to develop her platform. But I do think that I can be 
a helpful part of her FP advisory team. My book is all about bringing - to a much WIDER audience - an 
understanding of how foreign policy is developed and implemented by the United States. 

I know you've got a lot going on... but I am ready to get started! 

Eleni 

Ambassador Eleni Kounalakis 
2500 Steiner Street, Ninth Floor 
San Francisco, CA 941 15 
KounalakisET @gmail.com 

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From: 

"Sara Latham" <slatham@hillarvclinton.com> 

To: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 

1/18/2016 2:42:41 PM 

Subject: 

Fwd: HRC Final Schedule for Tuesday, January 19th 

Attachments: 

.htm 


January. 1 9.201 6. final, docx 


Charlotte / New Orleans / Houston / RON in San Antonio 
Begin forwarded message: 


From: Michael Stennis < mstennis@hillarvclinton.com > 

Date: January 18, 2016 at 8:31:47 PM EST 

To: Daily Final Schedule < dailyfinalschedule@hillaryclinton.com > 

Cc: Jon Adrabi < jadrabi@hillaryclinton.com >, Yael Ouzillou < youzillou@hillaryclinton.com >, Jacqui 
Johnson < jjohnson@hillaryclinton.com >, Wiley Nickel < wiley@wileynickel.com >, Ben Handford 
< benjaminhandford@amail.com >, Bradley Becnel < bbecnel@amaN.com >, Alicia Pardo 
< apardo@hillaryclinton.com >, Jennifer Ajluni < JAjluni@hiNaryclinton.com > 

Subject: HRC Final Schedule for Tuesday, January 19th 


The information contained in this email is for your use only and is not to be shared, forwarded or duplicated in any 
manner. 


PREY RON Chappaqua, NY 


9:30 am DEPART Private Residence 

En route Westchester County Airport 
[drive time: 15 minutes] 


9:45 am ARRIVE Westchester County Airport 

Contact: FBO Signature West, Office 914-428-3730 

10:00 am DEPART Westchester County Airport (HPN) via Falcon 900 Tail#N506BA 
En route Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) 

[flight time: 1 hour, 30 minutes; no time change] 

Crew: Pilot Eric Haradon, Cell 631-875-8052 

Copilot Joe Celano, Cell 631-807-7009 
Flight Attendant Karla Peluso, Cell 732-266-2828 

Manifest: HRC 

Capricia Marshall 


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Connolly Keigher 
Nick Merrill 
Barb Kinney 
Julie Zuckerbrod 
USSS Scott Cochran 
USSS Stephen Marks 


11:30 am ARRIVE Charlotte Douglas International Airport 

Contact: FBO Wilson Air Center, Office 704-359-0400 

1 1 :40 am DEPART Charlotte Douglas International Airport 
En route Home of Philip and Amy Blumenthal 
[drive time: 20 minutes] 

1 1 45 am TAPED LOCAL RADIO INTERVIEW w/SARA KONRAD 

1 1 : 55 am BARANOWSKI, KIFG & IOWA FALLS TIMES-CITIZEN 
En route Home of Philip and Amy Blumenthal 
Dial in: 641-648-2448 


Note: This is a taped, local interview, approximately 5-7 minutes in length, with Sarah Konrad of KIFG 
radio station and Iowa Falls Times -Citizen. The interview will air in full on the radio station KIFG on 
Wednesday, January 20 th and a write up on the interview will appear in the Iowa Falls Times-Citizen on 
Thursday, January 21 st . 


12:00 pm ARRIVE Home of Philip and Amy Blumenthal 


Greeters: Philip and Amy Blumenthal, Event Hosts, Executive Director and 

Musician 


Andrew Blumenthal, Son, Operations Manager 
Ethan Blumenthal, Son, Law Student 


12:00 pm HILLARY FOR AMERICA FINANCE EVENT 
1:15 pm Home of Philip and Amy Blumenthal (Outdoor event) 

4015 Foxcroft Road 
Charlotte, NC 28211 

Site Contact: Alicia Pardo, Cell 786-566-3720, apardo@hillaryclinton.com 
Site Lead: Wiley Nickel, Cell 209-658-4639, wiley@wileynickel.com 


Call Time: 11:00am 


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1:15 pm 


1 :35 pm 


1:45 pm 


CLOSED PRESS (+DIGITAL) 

Note: Approximately 230 attendees. This event is outdoors. 

Upon arrival, HRC proceeds to sunroom for VIP reception photo line (9 clicks, 1 1 participants). 

HRC remains in place for a general reception photo line (27 clicks, 35 participants). 

HRC, Phillip Blumenthal and Amy Blumenthal proceed to tented backyard for remarks. 

Phillip and Amy Blumenthal welcome and introduce HRC. 

HRC delivers remarks (10-12 minutes in length) from a wireless, handheld microphone. 

Mayor Jennifer Roberts concludes program. 

HRC departs. 

DEPART Home of Philip and Amy Blumenthal 
En route Charlotte Douglas International Airport 
[drive time: 20 minutes] 

ARRIVE Charlotte Douglas International Airport 
Contact: FBO Wilson Air Center, Office 704-359-0400 

DEPART Charlotte International Airport (CLT) via Falcon 900 Tail#N506BA 
En route New Orleans Lakefront Airport (NEW) 

[flight time: 1 hour, 50 minutes; 50 minutes on the clock] 

Crew: Pilot Eric Haradon, Cell 631-875-8052 

Copilot Joe Celano, Cell 631-807-7009 
Flight Attendant Karla Peluso, Cell 732-266-2828 

Manifest: HRC 

Capricia Marshall 
Connolly Keigher 


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Nick Merrill 
Barbara Kinney 
Julie Zuckerbrod 
Jon Adrabi 
USSS Scott Cochran 
USSS Stephen Marks 

2:35 pm ARRIVE New Orleans Lakefront Airport 

Contact: FBO Flightline First, Office 504-244-4448 

2:45 pm DEPART New Orleans Lakefront Airport 

En route Flome of Calvin and Frances Fayard 
[drive time: 25 minutes] 


3:10 pm ARRIVE Home of Calvin and Frances Fayard 

Greeters: Calvin and Frances Fayard, Event Hosts, 

Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Cheryl Quirk Landrieu 

3:15pm HILLARY FOR AMERICA FINANCE EVENT 

4:30 pm Home of Calvin and Frances Fayard 

5809 Saint Charles Ave 
New Orleans, LA 70115 

Site Contact: Alicia Pardo, Cell 786-566-3720, apardo@hillaryclinton.com 
Site Lead: Brad Becnel, Cell 504-460-2822, bbecnel@gmail.com 
Call Time: 2:00pm 

CLOSED PRESS (+DIGITAL) 

Note: Approximately 160 attendees. 

Upon arrival, HRC proceeds to the library for a VIP photo line (15 clicks, 20 participants). 
HRC remains in place for a general reception photo line (47 clicks, 54 participants). 


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Calvin Fayard welcomes and introduces FiRC. 

Mayor Mitch Landrieu introduces FiRC. 

FiRC delivers remarks (10-12 minutes in length) from a wireless, handheld microphone. 

Calvin Fayard concludes program. 

FiRC departs. 

4:30 pm DEPART Home of Calvin and Frances Fayard 
En route New Orleans Lakefront Airport 
[drive time: 30 minutes] 

5:00 pm ARRIVE New Orleans Lakefront Airport 

Contact: FBO Flightline First, Office 504-244-4448 

5:10 pm DEPART New Orleans Lakefront Airport (NEW) via Falcon 900 Tail#N506BA 
En route Flouston William P. Flobby Airport (FlOU) 

[flight time: 1 hour; no time change] 

Crew: Pilot Eric Flaradon, Cell 631-875-8052 

Copilot Joe Celano, Cell 631-807-7009 
Flight Attendant Karla Peluso, Cell 732-266-2828 

Manifest: HRC 

Capricia Marshall 
Connolly Keigher 
Nick Merrill 
Barbara Kinney 
Julie Zuckerbrod 
USSS Scott Cochran 
USSS Stephen Marks 


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ARRIVE Houston William P. Hobby Airport 

Contact: FBO Signature Flight Support, Office 713-353-5300 

DEPART Houston William P. Hobby Airport 
En route Children’s Museum of Houston 
[drive time: 30 minutes] 

TAPED LOCAL RADIO INTERVIEW w/KAY HENDERSON, RADIO 
IOWA 

En route Children’s Museum of Houston 
Dial in: 515-282-1984 


Note: This is a taped, local radio interview with Kay Henderson from Radio Iowa, approximately 10 
minutes. This interview will air on Wednesday, January 20 th . 


ARRIVE Children’s Museum of Houston 


Greeter: Tammie Kahn, Executive Director of Children’s Museum of Houston 


HILLARY FOR AMERICA FINANCE FAMILY EVENT 

Children’s Museum of Houston 
1500 Binz Street 
Houston, TX 77004 

Site Contact: Jenny Ajluni, Cell 515-250-9168. jaj luni@hillaryclinton. com 
Site Lead: Ben Handford, Cell 202-550-2285, benjaininhandford@gmail.com 
Call Time: 5:00pm 

CLOSED PRESS (+DIGITAL) 


Note: Approximately 300 attendees, approximately 100 children. 


Upon arrival, HRC proceeds to the One World Discovery room for a VIP reception photo line 
(19 clicks, 33 participants). 


HRC remains in place for a Champion level reception photo line (41 clicks, 77 participants). 


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HRC takes questions from kids in the audience, as time permits. 


HRC concludes program. 


HRC proceeds to hold. 


PULL ASIDE w/REPRESENTATIVE SHEILA JACKSON LEE AND 
GUESTS 

Children’s Museum of Houston 
1500 Binz Street 
Houston, TX 77004 

Site Contact: Jenny Ajluni, Cell 5 15-250-9168. iailuni@hillaryclinton.com 
Site Lead: Ben Handford, Cell 202-550-2285, benjaminhandford@gmail.com 

CLOSED PRESS (+DIGITAL) 


Note: Approximately 10 attendees. 


PULL ASIDE w/REPRESENTATIVE A I GREEN AND GUESTS 

Children’s Museum of Houston 
1500 Binz Street 
Houston, TX 77004 

Site Contact: Jenny Ajluni, Cell 5 15-250-9168. jajluni@hillaryclinton.com 
Site Lead: Ben Handford, Cell 202-550-2285, benjaminhandford@gmail.com 

CLOSED PRESS (+DIGITAL) 


Note: Approximately 10 attendees. 


DEPART Children’s Museum 
En route Houston William P. Hobby Airport 
[drive time: 30 minutes] 


ARRIVE Houston William P. Hobby Airport 

Contact: FBO Signature Flight Support, Office 713-353-5300 


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9: 1 0 pm DEPART Houston William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) via Falcon 900 Tail#N506BA 

En route San Antonio International Airport (SAT) 

[flight time: 50 minutes; no time change] 

Crew: Pilot Eric Haradon, Cell 631-875-8052 

Copilot Joe Celano, Cell 631-807-7009 
Flight Attendant Karla Peluso, Cell 732-266-2828 

Manifest: HRC 

Capricia Marshall 
Connolly Keigher 
Nick Merrill 
Barbara Kinney 
Julie Zuckerbrod 
USSS Scott Cochran 
USSS Stephen Marks 

10:00 pm 

ARRIVE San Antonio International Airport 

Contact: FBO Signature Flight Support, Office 210-625-9100 

10:15 pm 

DEPART San Antonio International Airport 
En route St. Anthony Hotel 
[drive time: 15 minutes] 

10:30 pm 

ARRIVE St. Anthony Hotel 

HRC RON 

San Antonio, TX 

WJC RON 

Chappaqua, NY 

Weather: 



Chappaqua, NY : Clear skies and windy, 27/20. 

Charlotte, NC: Sunny all day, 37/21. 

New Orleans, LA: Mostly sunny, 58/50. 

Houston, TX: Sunny with a few afternoon clouds, 71/55 


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San Antonio, TX: Partly cloudy through the day with clear skies in the evening, 70/50. 


HRC RON: 

St. Anthony Hotel 
300 East Travis Street 
San Antonio, TX 78205 


Surrogates Traveling Today: 


1 . Former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (IA) 

2. Former Mayor Wellington Webb (IA) 

3 . Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (DC) 

4. Michelle Kwan (DC) 

5. Fred Hochberg (NH) 


Michael J. Stennis 

MStennis@hillarvclinton.com 1 206.226.3177 


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From: "John Anzalone" <john@alapollina.com> 

T o: "Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Jim Maraolis" <Jim.Maraolis@ammb.com> 

"Joel Benenson" <jbenenson@bsaco.com> 
"Mandv Grunwald" <aruncom@aol.com> 
"Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Jake?? Sullivan" <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 
"Huma Abedin" <ha16@hillaryclinton.com> 

"David Binder" <David@db-research.com> 

"Oren Shur" <oshur@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Navin Navak" <nnayak@hillaryclinton.com> 
Date: 2/7/2016 5:56:1 1 AM 

Subject: Re: Revised Message Frame 


On the social barriers is there a reason the challenges women face is not in there? Just seems like a natural 
and it is real. You mention “equal pay” in the economic paragraph but I think it would add real value to put a 
couple lines about the glass ceiling and reiterate equal pay given how much a reaction it gets for her but also 
add to it the barriers to work advancement & the difficulty of juggling work and family . 

Also, does she use “cradle to prison pipeline?” or is that new? Just wonder if we should just say “mass 
incarceration.” 

John Anzalone 

Partner 

Anzalone Liszt Grove Research 
(o) 334.387.3121 

Website | Twitter | Linkedln | Facebook 


From: Dan Schwerin < dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com > 

Date: Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 1:44 AM 

To: Jim Mareolis < J im.Margolis@gmmb.com >. Joel Beneneson < J benenson@bsgco.com >, Mandy Grunwald 

< gru ncom@aol.com >. Jennifer Palmieri < ipalmieri@hillarvclinton.com >. Jake Sullivan < isullivan@hillarvclinton.com >, 

Robbv Mook < re47@hillarvclinton.com >. John Podesta < iohn. podesta@gmail.com >, Fluma Abedin 

< ha 16@hillarvclinton.com >. John Anzalone < iohn@algpolling.com >. David Binder < david@db-research. com >, Oren Shur 
< osh ur@hillarvclinton.com >. Navin Navak < nnavak@hillarvclinton. com > 

Subject: Revised Message Frame 

Per a discussion some of us had on Thursday before the debate, and also drawing on what HRC has been 
doing over the past few days, here's a rough one page summary of a revised message frame. Oren has also 
added a note at the bottom about paid media strategy. I know Robby is keen to engage HRC on this as soon as 
possible, so we'd welcome feedback. 

Thanks 

Dan 


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From: "Stephanie Hannon" <hannon@hillaryclinton.com> 

To: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Teddy Goff" <tgoff@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 1/6/2016 10:01 :46 AM 

Subject: Magic memory 



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From: "Fran Shapiro" <fran@mercedesberk.com> 

T o: "RESIDENT MANAGER" <huyscondo@amail.com> 

Date: 12/8/2015 7:02:28 AM 

Subject: Re: Shades unit 12C 


Yes, thanks. 

Fran Shapiro 

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson 

Engel & Volkers Mercedes/Berk 

783 Madison Avenue. 3rd Floor 

New York. NY 10065 

Tel: +1 646-661-2079 

Cell: +1 347-556-4409 

mercedesberk.com 


On Dec 8, 2015, at 2:00 PM, RESIDENT MANAGER < huyscondo@amail.com > wrote: 

That works for me. I will be at a management meeting but our staff will assist in access. Eli will be on duty. 
Best, 

Joseph 

On T ue, Dec 8, 201 5 at 1 :56 PM, Brett Goldstein < baoldstein@intlblind.com > wrote: 
i can stop by tomorrow around 3pm, let me know if that is ok. Thanks 

Brett 

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network. 

From: RESIDENT MANAGER 

Sent: Friday, December 4, 2015 8:21 AM 

To: Brett Goldstein; Fran Shapiro; Tony Podesta; John Podesta 

Subject: Re: FW: Shades unit 12C 


Good morning Brett hope all is well. I have gotten to OK from the owners to access the unit to check the 
shades. Please advise of site visit (Monday-Friday) 

Best, 

Joseph 

On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 4:37 PM, RESIDENT MANAGER < huyscondo@gmail.com > wrote: 

Thank you for your prompt response. I have copied the owner and broker as l/we will need authorization. 
Mae/Fran please advise. Copy all 

Joseph 

On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 4:31 PM, Brett Goldstein < baoldstein@intlblind.com > wrote: 

Hi Joseph, 


Ricky asked that I help with your issues. I would like to come by and take a quick look to see what we will need to do and if 
any special parts are needed for when our carpenter comes. Please let me know the availability of the apartment for the 
next few business days. 


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Thank you for your consideration, 
Brett M. Goldstein 
(917) 557-0576 


<image001.gif> 


Original Message 

Subject: Fwd: Shades unit 12C 

From: RESIDENT MANAGER < huyscondo@amail.com > 

To: Ricky Janowitz < rjanowitz@intlblind.com > 

CC: Mae Podesta < mpodesta@gmail.com >,Fran Shapiro < fran@mercedesberk.com > 

Good morning Ricky hope all is well. Linda from Distinctive Windows gave me your contact 
information. Can we set up an appointment to look at the shades in unit 12C. I have copied owner/ 
broker as well. I am the resident manager at Huys Condominium 404 Park Avenue South. 


Best, 


Joseph 


Forwarded message 

From: Linda Farahnik < Linda@distinctivewindows.com > 
Date: Mon, Nov 23, 2015 at 9:17 AM 
Subject: RE: Shades unit 12C 

To: RESIDENT MANAGER < huyscondo@amail.com > 


Joseph, 


Good morning. 

As you probably know, we only manufactured the shades, we did not install nor program. While we could certainly make a service 
stop, there would be a minimum service charge of $250 + tax for this kind of repair. 

I suggest you contact International Blind who did both the installation and programming and who should still be providing this service. 
We of course are responsible for any additional window treatments we have and will be providing to residents. 


Ricky Janowitz rjanowitz@intlblind.com 
<image001 .gif> 


Best, 


Linda Farahnik : Showroom Director 
Distinctive Window Treatment Plus 

"The Premier Source For All Window Treatments" 
Custom Fabricator & Motorization Experts 


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Trade Showroom 
499 Canal Street : #2 
New York : NY : 100 13 

Tel : 212.620.5261 Fax : 212.620.5263 

Linda@distinctivewindows.com 

www.distinctivewindows.com 


<image002.png> 


Happy Thanksgiving! 

In celebration. Distinctive Window Treatment Plus will be closed November 26 th and 27 th . 


From: RESIDENT MANAGER [ mailto: huvscondo@gmail.com ] 

Sent: Monday, November 23, 2015 7:58 AM 

To: Linda Farahnik 

Cc: Mae Podesta; Fran Shapiro 

Subject: Shades unit 12C 


Good morning Linda hope you are keeping well. In middle bedroom shade in unit 12C is not 
responding to the remote and has come detached from the roller mechanism. Please advise of 
schedule for a site visit. I have copied the broker and resident as well. Mae/Fran please advise of 
PTE. 


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From: "Brent Budowskv" <brentbbi@webtv.net> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 4/15/2015 12:35:17 PM 

Subject: Column: Hillary lifts populist spirits | TheHill 


http://thehill.com/opinion/brent-budowsky/239020-brent-budowsky-hillary-lifts-populist-spirits 


Sent from my iPad 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jennifer.m.palmieri@amail.com> 

Date: 2/4/2015 10:49:19 PM 

Subject: Re: NYT: Palmieri, White House Communications Director, to Join Clinton Team 


Sticking the dagger in. 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

On Feb 4, 2015, at 10:33 PM, Jennifer Palmieri Jennifer. m.palmieri@amail.com > wrote: 


Leon? Wow. 

Sent from my iPad 

On Feb 4, 2015, at 7:27 PM, Nick Merrill < nmerrill@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 


See other names. 

http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2015/02/Q4/palmieri-white-house-communications- 

director-to-join-clinton-team/ 

Palmieri, White House Communications Director, to Join Clinton Team 
6:56 pm ET 6:56 pm ET 

Amy Chozick 

Hillary Rodham Clinton has added Jennifer Palmieri, the White House’s communications director, to 
her fledgling 2016 presidential campaign staff. 

Ms. Palmieri, a veteran of both the Obama and Clinton administrations, is expected to depart the 
White House this spring to step into the role of Clinton’s communications director, The Wall Street 
Journal reported on Wednesday . 

Known for her professional relationship with the White House press corps, Ms. Palmieri steps into a 
challenging position that would include crafting a broad media strategy and dealing with the daily 
storms of a voracious news cycle. 

Ms. Palmieri has close working relationships with John D. Podesta, who is expected to serve as the 
campaign chairman, and Leon E. Panetta, the former secretary of defense who is close to Mrs. 
Clinton. 

Given the transformed media landscape, Ms. Palmieri is expected to have a team that will include 
other senior press aides. Brian Fallon, currently at the Justice Department, is expected to potentially 
handle rapid response, and Karen Finney, a longtime Democratic operative and MSNBC regular, 
could serve as a press secretary. 

Tapping Ms. Palmieri rounds out a team of senior advisers who could lead Clinton’s campaign, 
including Joel Benenson and Jim Margolis who both worked on President Obama’s presidential 
campaigns. Robby Mook, who managed Terry McAuliffe’s successful campaign for governor of 
Virginia, is expected to be campaign manager. 

Ms. Palmieri and a spokesman for Mrs. Clinton did not immediately respond to requests for comment. 


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From: "Thomas DELONGE" <t.delonae@me.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/21/2016 1 1:06:56 AM 

Subject: Advisors 


Mr Podesta- 

Mr. Weiss from Lockheed SkunkWorks just emailed me asking if there were any updates. I am not expecting 
much, but if there is anything I can tell him and the General, however small, I would like to respectfully pass it 
along. 

Sorry again for adding another email to your long list of other important emails that already exist- 
Best, 

Tom DeLonge 

TOM DELONGE | FOUNDER 

TO MSlTOTH FSTARSTNC.CO M 17601 SI 8-7801 | TO THF STARS MFDTA 

SAN DIEGO | 1053 S Coast Hwv 101 Encinitas. CA 92024 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 12/5/2015 10:22:46 AM 

Subject: Re: Travel options for tomorrow 


If there a bus in the evening before 8:00? 

On Saturday, December 5, 2015, Milia Fisher < mfisher@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
Just tried you. Here are the options for tomorrow: 

I have the 6:20 pm regional train on hold, but can book any of the others as well. 

$45-- Vamoose Bus leaving every hour from Bethesda from 1pm-8pm 

$126 (w / senior discount)-- Amtrak Regional at 6:20 pm 

$1 84— Flights DCA-JFK on American and Delta (no United available) 

$184 V 6:05 pm - 7:42 pm ^ 1h 37m Nonstop 

American 

$184 4L 6:40 pm - 8:02 pm ^ 1h22m Nonstop 

Delta Gojet Airlines DBA Delta 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
mfisher@hillaryclinton.com 
c: 858.395.1741 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Beaala, Paul" <pbeaala@hatcreekent.com> 

Date: 3/4/2008 12:20:57 PM 

Subject: Re: Exits 


Laura sent me some later data saying he was up in ohio. What are your 
poobah friends saying? 


On 3/4/08, Begala, Paul <pbegala@hatcreekent.com> wrote: 

> HRC leading Ohio & Texas & Rhode Island. All three are 51 - 48. 

> 

> Obama up 66 - 33 in Vermont. 

> 


Sent from Gmail for mobile | mobile.google.com 


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From: "Tony Podesta" <podesta@podesta.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/23/2015 12:35:48 PM 

Subject: cap reunion dinner 


We're doing a reunion dinner on march 13 for the folks who went on the cap trip last January at my house. 
Will be at around 7:30p. 

Can you make it? 

Tony Podesta 

Office: 202-879-9300 

Cell: 202-352-4645 

podesta@podesta.com 

1001 G St. NW, Suite 1000 West 

Washington, DC 20001 


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From: "Michelle Kleppe" <info@terrymcauliffe.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 9/17/2013 4:19:23 PM 

Subject: I usually hate when Jeremy's right, but... 


Did you see Jeremy's email? Because he's right. 

All of us — Jeremy, me, you, and hundreds of thousands of volunteers -- proved last year that we can win even 
the toughest elections when we talk to voters one at a time about what's at stake. 

And there's a whole lot at stake 49 days from today when Virginians go to the polls to elect their next governor. 

Will vou join our Weekend of Action bv making calls to ask Virginians to commit to vote on 
Election Day? 

We can't do it without you, 

- Michelle 

On Sat, Sept 14, 2013 at 11:39 AM, Jeremy Bird <info@terrymcauliffe.com> wrote: 

I'm Jeremy Bird. I oversaw the Obama for America field program, so you might have gotten an email or two 
(or a hundred) from me if you helped reelect the President last year. 


I promise I have a really good reason for being back in your inbox. 

In 52 days, Virginians will pick their next governor. And who they choose is 
entirely up to us. 

If people like you and me put in the time — knocking doors, making calls, 
and having conversations about what's on the line in November — Terry 
McAuliffe will come out on top. If we don't, he could fall short. 

Yes, I'd like to make calls on Saturday. September 21. 

Yes. I'd like to make calls on Sunday. September 22. 

I can't do it next weekend, but want to make calls before 
Election Day. 

If I learned one thing from last year's election, it's that there's nothing more influential than a one-on-one 
conversation about the power of your vote. 

Those conversations can turn apathy into support, and support into excitement. They let people know 
there's an election happening and how to take part. 

But we have a whole lot of those conversations left to have, and less than two months to have them in. 

That's why I'm in — recruiting volunteers and anything else I can do to lend a hand. 

And it's why I'm counting on you to join me and we made it so easy. Sian up to make 
calls from home during the Weekend of Action. 

Let's do this, 

Jeremy Bird 


we’re in the home 
STRETCH 

WILL YOU JOIN OUR 

WEEKEND 
OF ACTION? 


I'M IN! 




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CONTRIBUTE NOW 
VOLUNTEER 



Paid for by Terry McAuliffe for Governor 


You're receiving this because you signed up for emails from Terry McAuliffe for Governor. 
Unsubscribe 


PO Box 13881 
Arlington. VA 22219 
(703) 822-7604 


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From: 

"Jennifer Palmieri" <iennifer.m.palmieri(a)qmail.com> 

To: 

"Dan Pfeiffer" <dpfeiffer(a)barackobama.com> 


"Bill Burton" <bburton(a)barackobama.com> 


iohn.oodesta(a)amail.com 

Date: 

10/26/2008 4:16:54 AM 

Subject: 

Re: Baker 


Yeah. It does no good but I think thje fact McCain used his story 
really spooked hm. Not such a great developent to have happen for the 
new guy at the Times. And he is clearly concerned about having a good 
relationship with you all. 


On 10/26/08, Dan Pfeiffer <dpfeiffer@barackobama.com> wrote: 

> Thanks. Its a largely indefensible position, but good to know he at least 

> recognizes the problem he caused 

> 

> Original Message 

> From: Jennifer Palmieri <jennifer.m. palmieri@gmail.com> 

> To: Bill Burton; Dan Pfeiffer; john.podesta@gmail.com 

> <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

> Sent: Sun Oct 26 09:38:1 1 2008 

> Subject: Baker 

> 

> Fyi, he sent me a long email this am explaining why he thought the 

> inaugural address anecdote was important to be included and how he did 

> not intend for it to be taken the way McCain used it, etc, etc. 

> Just thought you should know that as background for whatever dealings 

> you may have with him today. 


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From: 

To: 


Date: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


"Kate Offerdahl" <kofferdahl@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Christina Reynolds" <creynolds@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Jake Sullivan" <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 
"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Kristina Schake" <kschake@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Oren Shur" <oshur@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Teddy Goff" <taoff@hillaryclinton.com> 

7/2/2015 10:37:17 AM 

Draft Message Box 

Message box - DRAFT (l).docx 


Dear all, 

Attached is the draft message box to discuss on the 7pm call. 

Many thanks! 

Kate 


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From: "Tara McGuinness" <tmcauinness@proaressivemediausa.ora> 

T o: biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

Date: 6/4/2008 2:36:24 AM 

Subject: [big campaign] 30% of Conservatives/Republicans Opted for Someone other than McCain 


Nearly a third of the Republican electorate in SD, has yet to make up it J s mind. 

Results from yesterday's SD Republican primary: 

McCain - 70% 

Paul - 17% 

Huckabee - 7% 

Uncommitted - 3% 

http: //www. cnn . com/ ELECTION 72008 /primaries/ result s/ state /#SD 


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From: 

To: 

Date: 

Subject: 


"Jeremy Funk" <funk@americansunitedforchanae.ora> 

biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

7/23/2009 11:53:06 AM 

[big campaign] Don't Expect a Health Care Bill from the GOP, Says the Chairman of the "House 
GOP Health Care Solutions Group" 


amerIcansunited 

FOR CHANGE 

www.americansunitedforchange.org 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Jeremy Funk, 202-470-5878 

DATE: July 23, 2009 Lauren Weiner, 202-470-5870 

Don’t Expect an Alternative Health Care Bill from the Party of NO, Says Rep. Roy 
Blunt ■■ Chairman of the “House GOP Health Care Solutions Group” 

Americans United for Change: Sure, when “break[ing]” the President is the GOP’s only priority for 
health care reform, why bother pretending to have a plan of their own? 

ROLL CALL: “House Republicans released a four-page outline of their ideas five weeks 
ago, promising to release details and a bill. But Republicans have yet to do so. They still 
haven’t said how much their plan will cost, how they will pay for it or how many people 
their plan will cover... House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) dismissed a question 
about when Republicans would release their bill as their press conference ended. “Our 
plan’s been out therefor over a month,” Boehner said. Boehner later declined to say when 
Republicans would release their bill in a conference call.” rRoll Call, z/23/og ] 

Washington D.C. - If there was any doubt that Congressional Republicans are not serious about reforming health care, Americans United 
for Change pointed to comments made by U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt (R-MO), chairman of the “House GOP Health Care Solutions Group,” admitting he 
is unsure whether House Republicans will bother putting forward any alternative Republican health care reform bill, followed by a refusal today by 
GOP House Leader John Boehner to say when or if a plan will ever emerge. Blunt’s admission and Boehner’s dodge comes as obstructionist 
rhetoric from the Party of NO has reached a fever pitch, with influential members vowing to “break” President Obama and “kill” his efforts to provide 
all Americans access to quality and affordable health care. 

"If we're able to stop Obama on this it will be his Waterloo. It will break him. " - U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) 

"Engage In Every Activity" To Slow Down Health Care Reform - Internal RNC Memo 
"This is no time to pull punches. Go for the kill. " - Bill Kristol. The Weekly Standard 
"We don 't have a health emergency” - Rudy Giuliani 

Tom McMahon, Acting Executive Director, Americans United for Change: “It’s understandable the guy in charge of coming up with 
the Republican plan for health care reform says he may not even bother. When “breakpng]” the President and “killpng” health care reform has 
become the only priority for the Republican Party of NO, there’s no need to pretend that they have any constructive ideas of their own. And now, 
listening to prominent Republicans like Rudy Giuliani, it sounds like they are keen to pretend there is no health care crisis at all. Sure there’s no 
crisis for well off former mayors of New York City or Congressional Republicans with the best coverage taxpayer money can buy. But we’ll see 
how well the ‘do nothing’ message from the Party of NO resonates with small businesses across the country forced to lay off employees in 
response to exploding health care costs, the more than 44,000 Americans losing their health care every month, or the millions of Americans turned 
away from the private insurance companies for having “pre-existing conditions.” The reasons these guys 

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T o: John <john.podesta@amail.com> 

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From: "Neera Tanden" <ntanden@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/26/2015 2:44:07 AM 

Subject: Re: 


I don't think there's nearly enough of that and in this case it's helpful. Would be more worrying if it was our ass 
on the line but I don't think people really see it that way. It's not Netanyahu against Obama. It is Netanyahu 
against the world. 

On Thursday, February 26, 2015, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

Hopefully they will prebut. Do you think there is enough everybody in the rest of the world, particularly uk, 
Germany, etc are with us, or is that dangerous? 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad-. 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@amail.com 

> On Feb 26, 2015, at 9:22 AM, Neera Tanden < ntanden@amail.com > wrote: 

> 

> I hope WH is planning to rebutt netanyahu's speech. 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Charlie Baker" <Charlie. Baker@deweysquare.com> 

Date: 1/31/2015 1 1:10:56 AM 

Subject: Re: 


Talk by phone tomorrow? 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

On Jan 30, 2015, at 9:17 AM, Charlie Baker < Charlie. Baker@deweysquare.com > wrote: 


John, I have been in touch with eryn- I would like to have the opportunity to have the discussion we 
were going to have in early January in follow-up to my New York meeting. 

Please let me know what works- happy to talk by phone or in DC. 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Beth Eagle" <eaale@bonnerarp.com> 

Date: 12/28/2007 12:04:33 PM 

Subject: Re: Eleni Tsakopoulos 


Thx and thank her. I'll send a note when I'm back in DC. 

On 12/28/07, Beth Eagle < eagle@bonnerarp.com > wrote: 

John, 

Eleni wanted me to make sure that you knew that she sent in a contribution for $200,000 to Fund for 
America. I received it this morning. 

Beth 


Beth Eagle 

Vice President, Special Projects 
Bonner Group, Inc. 

729 15th Street, NW 
Third Floor 

Washington, DC 20005 
Phone: (202) 737-5877 
Fax: (202) 737-6061 
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From: "Hannah Brown. ActBlue" <replies@actblue.com> 

T o: John <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 12/30/2015 9:37:1 1 AM 

Subject: Fueled 


ActBlue 


Dear John, 

Donations have been flying in all week on ActBlue for Democrats and important 
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The only problem? We're $14k short on our own fundraising goal for the month, and 
that money is going to be crucial for expanding our server capacity, building new tools, 
and training campaigns and organizations. 

It's critical that we make up that $1 4k and start building for next year. Will you chip in 
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12/11/2014 10:59:15 AM 
Judicial Outreach Information 

Copy of O'Sullivan 2014-12-10_Federal Judge Contact Information for Faculty.xls 


Dear Professors, 

I'm sending this list of contact information on behalf of Professor Julie O'Sullivan. I wanted to echo her thanks to you all for 
continuing to support our students in their clerkship application efforts through your outreach, and to thank you in advance for 
making calls on their behalf to judges, who often report that they rely on faculty outreach in deciding which candidates to 
interview in the increasingly competitive clerkship hiring process. 

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Date: 2/9/201 5 7:30:03 AM 

Subject: TODAY @ 12: Personal Journeys w/Sherman Cohn (Flotung 2001) 


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From: "Jennifer Palmieri" <JPalmieri@americanproaress.ora> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

"Kathryn Greenberg" <kareenbera@democracyalliance.ora> 
"Kelly Craighead" <kcraiahead@democracyalliance.ora> 
Date: 11/12/2008 2:11:31 AM 

Subject: RE: Details on Democracy Alliance Friday am session 


I can take care of this. Kathryn and Kelly - should I call one of you? 


From: john.podesta@gmail.com [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com] 

Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 7:41 AM 
To: Kathryn Greenberg; Kelly Craighead 
Cc: Jennifer Palmieri; Debbie Fine 

Subject: Re: Details on Democracy Alliance Friday am session 

We need to work out groundrules and how I'm introduced, that I am speaking for myself etc. 
Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile 


From: "Kathryn Greenberg" <kgreenberg@democracyalliance.org> 

Date: Tue, 1 1 Nov 2008 23:23:46 -0500 

To: Juliana Gendelman<jgendelman@americanprogress.org>; John Podesta<john.podesta@gmail.com> 

CC: <JPalmieri@americanprogress.org> 

Subject: Details on Democracy Alliance Friday am session 

John/Juliana - I’ve attached the detailed information for your session on Friday morning. If you could arrive at the Mandarin Oriental at 9:1 5 so we 
can get you miked etc. that would be very helpful. Someone will meet you in the lobby and escort you to the meeting room (which is on the lower 
level in the grand ballroom). 

As per our earlier email we are not replacing Michael Beschloss who cancelled late yesterday. I think the panel will work nicely and will allow for 
more Q & A. The outline that is attached provides a summary of the session, our goals, and a minute by minute agenda for the flow and content of 
the panel. The questions are a general guide that Maria Echaveste will use as the moderator and provide a general guide. Please let me know if 
you have any questions/concerns/additions/edits etc. 

I have also attached the agenda to the conference. I know you are not likely to attend anything else (although we would especially love to have 
you on Thursday night if at all possible). 

Please don’t hesitate to call me with any questions/concerns regarding the detailed agenda. Thanks again John. We truly appreciate your 
participation considering everything else on your plate. Best, Kathryn 


Kathryn Greenberg 

Senior Vice Resident, Partner Services 
Democracy Alliance 

1 800 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 5000M 
Washington, DC 20036 
(202) 263-4287 
(202)302-2272 (cell) 

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From: "Josh Schwerin" <jschwerin@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: HRCrapid@aooalearoups.com 

Date: 4/12/2015 1 :57:13 PM 

Subject: Praise from a GOP consultant 


From a Republican digital consultant: 



Patrick Ruffini 


PatrickRuffini 


Follow 


I'm sure there were hiccups in the beginning, but pulling together 
an all-digital launch is never easy. Seriously, congrats to Team 
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From: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta@amail.com> 

To: 

"Ervn Sepp" <ervn.sepp@gmail.com> 

Date: 

5/18/2015 9:07:27 AM 

Subject: 

Fwd: Dan Abraham 

Attachments: 

Zachary Samuel Griff.pdf 


Can you call Zachary and see what he's looking for--Dc or Nyc or field for campaign so I can see where to direct 
him 

Forwarded message 

From: Karen Shumilla < kshumilla@beachcap.net > 

Date: Monday, May 18, 2015 
Subject: Dan Abraham 

To: " John.podesta@amail.com " < John.podesta@gmail.com > 


Good morning Mr. Podesta! 


I hope you had a great weekend! 


Danny asked me to email you about his friend’s son, Zachary Samuel Griff, who was inquiring about the 
possibilities of an internship this coming Summer. 


I’m sure he would be very happy with anything... 


I know you are so busy, so thank you so much for even taking a look! 
Have an amazing day! 


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From: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Ann O'Leary" <aoleary@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 5/26/2015 6:09:57 AM 

Subject: Re: June 22nd - Ed Reformer Conversation 


Thanks, Ann. Today is very tight for John but I think he's going to try and work in a few calls tomorrow. I'll make 
sure you're on his call long. 

Thanks! 

On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 12:14 PM, Ann O'Leary < aolearv@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 

Yes. Give me a buzz on my cell (510-717-5518 ) at your convenience or Milia let me know a good time to 

reach John. Thanks! 


Ann O’Leary 

Sent from my iPhone 

(51 O’) 717-5518 (cell) 

On May 25, 2015, at 10:09 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


Probably worth the time. Not sure we can reassure them. Want to discuss by phone? 

On May 26, 2015 12:06 AM, "Ann O'Leary" < aoleary@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

John - 

When we were still in the quiet phase, Laurene Powell Jobs had invited HRC to come meet with some 
of the ed reformers to hear their views. Lona, Jake and I had approved of the idea and tried to 
calendar it, but it has become clear that it won't happen with HRC's calendar. 

The folks involved are both $$ and substance folks. Stacey Rubin from Laurene's office suggested 
that in lieu of HRC that you and I do a roundtable meeting with the group when you are out in the 
area. I know the Finance Team is putting a schedule together for you and I've raised this meeting to 
their attention, but wanted to get it on your radar screen too. 

The folks that Laurene would invite include: 

Carrie Walton Penner 
Reed Hastings 
Stacey Childress 
Brook Buyers 
John and Ann Doerr 

Please let me know if you agree that this would be a good meeting for the two of us to do together and 
then the Finance folks can work with me to get it scheduled. 

Thanks! 

-Ann 


Ann O'Leary 
Senior Policy Advisor 
Hillary for America 
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From: "Adam Jentleson" <Ajentleson@americanproaress.ora> 

T o: "Adam Jentleson" <Ajentleson@americanproaress.ora> 

"Eric Schmeltzer" <eric@schmeltzerpr.com> 

"Jacob Roberts" <jacob@proaressiveaccountability.ora> 
pbarrvl 22@amail.com 
Date: 9/3/2008 5:55:30 PM 

Subject: [big campaign] Re: Insulting Community Organizers? 


What about community service workers who helped rebuild NOLA after Katrina? Or are helping with Gustav 
recovery? Or community organizers in hard-hit places in Ml where McCain and Palin will be traveling after the 
convo? 

Can anyone get people like that to talk to press who will say she insulted us and the work we're doing? 


Original Message 

From: bigcampaign@googlegroups.com on behalf of Adam Jentleson 
Sent: Thu 9/4/2008 12:04 AM 

To: Eric Schmeltzer; Jacob Roberts; pbarry122@gmail.com 
Cc: big campaign 

Subject: [big campaign] Re: Insulting Community Organizers? 


Aren't both candidates speaking at a service forum on 9/11? 

Original Message 

From: bigcampaign@googlegroups.com on behalf of Eric Schmeltzer 

Sent: Wed 9/3/2008 1 1 :57 PM 

To: 'Jacob Roberts'; pbarry122@gmail.com 

Cc: 'big campaign' 

Subject: [big campaign] Re: Insulting Community Organizers? 

I'd find how many community organizers in the RELIGIOUS community there are, and tie that to the "no 
responsibility" line. Seems to me that it offended a lot of people who work in communities by the grace of the 
Office of Faith Based Initiatives, and apparently do not have any responsibility or do anything important. 


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From: "Tom Matzzie" <tom@zzranch.com> 

T o: "Susan McCue" <Susan.McCue@one.ora> 

Date: 1 1/29/2007 10:30:53 AM 

Subject: Re: consultant code of ethics 


OK, let's all take a look at it for any edits or concerns so we can finalize it. 

On Nov 29, 2007 5:03 PM, Susan McCue <Susan.McCue@one.org> wrote: 

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> From: Begala, Paul [mailto:pbegala@hatcreekent.com] 

> Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 5:03 PM 

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> From: Susan McCue [mailto:Susan.McCue@one.org] 

> Sent: Thu 1 1/29/2007 5:00 PM 

> To: Begala, Paul; tom@zzranch.com 

> Cc: JohnPodesta 

> Subject: RE: consultant code of ethics 

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> Yeah -- They've all made boatloads. So do we wanna adopt this for the indie 

> campaign? fine by me. 

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From: Begala, Paul [mailto:pbegala@hatcreekent.com] 
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 4:55 PM 
To: tom@zzranch.com; Susan McCue 
Cc: JohnPodesta 

Subject: RE: consultant code of ethics 


As Tom knows from our conversations, I am a strong supporter of this 
proposal. And if that means we don't work with some of the big-name, 
big-dollar admakers, I consider that an added bonus. 


I am nauseated by the notion that Shrum has a villa in Tuscany while young 
soldiers are bleeding in Iraq because of his goddam incompetence. 


Paul 


From: tmatzzie@gmail.com on behalf of Tom Matzzie 

Sent: Thu 1 1/29/2007 4:31 PM 

To: Susan McCue 

Cc: JohnPodesta; Begala, Paul 

Subject: Re: consultant code of ethics 


We'd offer a flat fee for each ad made. What it does is opens the 
market to a new generation of ad creators who want to come up with 
bigger ideas and make a name for themselves. It takes financial 
considerations out of strategic planning. I agree there is a risk we 
lose some of the bigger talents who only want to work for a big 
commission but maybe we don't need them. The donors really despise 
paying commissions to media consultants for cut and paste advertising. 
That is what I'm trying to address here. 


On Nov 29, 2007 4:17 PM, Susan McCue <Susan.McCue@one.org> wrote: 

> It's good but I imagine the media consultant graf is DOA with a lot of 

> folks. If the party cmts won't sign, not sure how to advance. Will 

> mull it. 

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> > From: tmatzzie@gmail.com [mailto:tmatzzie@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Tom 

> > Matzzie 

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> > Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 7:34 PM 

> > To: JohnPodesta; Susan McCue; Begala, Paul 

> > Subject: Fwd: consultant code of ethics 

> > 

> > John, Susan, Paul- 

> > 

> > any thoughts on the attached? this is something that SEIU and MoveOn 

> > had tried to get going earlier in the year but the Party committees 

> > weren't willing to sign on. 

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> > -Tom 

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From: "Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Nikki Budzinski" <nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 6/17/2015 3:21 :40 PM 

Subject: Re: Labor Outreach Nightly Update 


Agree on organizing our own folks for NEA mtg. What's the best next 
step for that? Is this a Terry Shumaker project? 


> On Jun 17, 2015, at 10:08 PM, Nikki Budzinski <nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com> wrote: 

> 

> Hi everyone 

> Attached is the updated labor outreach spreadsheet. I have noted the update in Column F, if there has been a 
change in status. There are have several changes to note. I'd like to draw particular attention to: 

> 

> 1. IAFF good news! With Robby's outreach, we were able to secure the IAFF endorsement. The formal 
process likely to take place in August and we have started the process of coordinating with their team on next 
steps in Iowa. The IAFF team will likely come up in July to meet the HRC policy team, per Schaitberger's request. 
I will keep you posted as dates are requested to come to Brooklyn. 

> 

> 2. NEA. Today the formal decline for the RA was discussed internally and what steps would be needed next. 
The NEA (more then any other union) is more Democratically driven in process. They have requested several 
future commitments that I have noted in the spreadsheet. They are sincerely doing their best to manage the 
activists at the RA. It only takes 50 signatures to raise a resolution on the floor and I have been warned about a 
Northeastern Sanders contingent. I think it would be good to be organized on our own behalf with a few key 
folks in the room (NH and IA leaders) in case anything comes up. I am a little nervous about this event. That 
said, their steps are moving toward a October 2nd/3rd endorsement all going to plan. I would love to know any 
thoughts on this you might have. 

> 

> 3. SEIU. May Kay arrives back from Brazil tomorrow. It would be great if John could touchbase with her. They 
are also voicing some Sanders concerns from board members that they are trying to manage. I am working with 
Brynne on home care round table dates for New York with SEIU Inti/Local 1 199. SEIU Inti is happy to hear about 
this development today. 

> 

> Other updates are noted in the spreadsheet. As earlier sent around, tomorrow trade will start moving again on 
Capitol Hill. A House vote on TPA will be the one to watch. I will keep you updated as I hear developments. 

> 

> Happy to answer questions. 

> 

> — 

> Nikki Budzinski 

> Labor Outreach Director 

> Hillary for America 

> 646-854-1442 (direct) 

> <6.17.15.xlsx> 


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From: "Leslie' Dach" <leslie. dach@outlook.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/27/2015 4:05:51 PM 

Subject: Dinner Saturday 


Can Mary (Dickie) make dessert? 


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From: "Ann Kirkpatrick" <info@kirkpatrickforsenate.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 10/14/2015 1 1 :02:58 AM 

Subject: UPDATE: Race rating changed 



ANN 

KIRKPATRICK 

FOR ★ U.S. SENATE 


John, 

When you first start out, you start at the bottom. And if you’re a hard worker, you work your way up. That’s what I 
learned when I was growing up in the White Mountains. 

It’s also what I’ve done my entire career. I’ve worked my way up from waiting tables to Coconino County’s first 
female Deputy County Attorney to Congresswoman. I didn’t accomplish any of that by skirting around hard work. 

The same goes for this campaign -- and we’re on the right road. The race ratings are slowly moving in our 
favor. We were previously at “Likely Republican.” Now, it’s “Lean Republican.” 

As long as we keep up the hard work, we’ll be at “Democrat win” before you know it. 

We’re gaining lots of steam, but if we don’t work to keep it. it’ll all drain away. Hitting our $30.000 
goal in October will keep us on the right path. Can you contribute $5 or more? 

I’ve never been afraid to get a little mud on my boots. That’s how you know you’re working hard enough. 

Arizona families need a Congress that’s working in their interest -- not for the special interests. And 

John McCain lost touch with Arizona families a long, long time ago. 

John — if we keep up our pace, we can keep the momentum. Let’s not fall backward now. Help us reach 
the $30.000 we need in October. Give $5 or more right now. 

Arizona families don’t shy away from hard work. And neither can we. 

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From: "Ann's iPad" <info@kirkpatrickforarizona.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 8/12/2014 8:53:32 AM 

Subject: sorry john 


John — sorry to email so early, but this can’t wait: 

Today marks exactly TWO WEEKS until the Arizona Republican primary. 

Why is that important? 14 days from today, we’ll know which radical opponent we’ll be facing in November. 

I guarantee you, whoever wins will have the full backing of both Boehner and the Kochs. 

That means we need to get to work — we need to go on offense and get the facts out to Arizona voters. Are you with 
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From: robbymook@amail.com 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 11/18/2014 11:46:13 PM 

Subject: Re: Todd 


Awesome. 

> On Nov 19, 2014, at 5:14 AM, John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> wrote: 

> 

> l"ll connect you. 

> 

> JP 

> --Sent from my iPad-- 

> john.podesta@gmail.com 

> For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

> 

» On Nov 18, 2014, at 10:37 PM, robbymook@gmail.com wrote: 

» 

» Great. You will connect us? Or you will reach out to him? 

» 

>» On Nov 18, 2014, at 10:05 PM, John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> wrote: 

»> 

»> Yes. Will do. 

»> 

»> JP 

>» --Sent from my iPad-- 

»> john.podesta@gmail.com 

>» For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

»> 

»» On Nov 18, 2014, at 11:57 AM, robbymook@gmail.com wrote: 

»» 

»» We are humming along nicely on the site and the app and I wanted to get our team together in early Dec to 
start looking farther down the road and talk specifics on staff recruitment. Is that something we could include 
Todd in? I can arrange to fly him out. 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@omail.com> 

T o: "Peter Colavito" <peter.colavito@seiu.oro> 

Date: 3/21/2015 1 :30:18 PM 

Subject: Re: Following up on MKH conversation 


JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

On Mar 21 , 201 5, at 6:40 PM, Peter Colavito < peter. colavito@seiu.org > wrote: 


John, 

Sounded like you two walked through a lot today. I'm including Kirk here, along with our colleagues Kim and Linda, to set some time for the 
follow up you suggested. 

Thanks, 

Peter 


Peter Colavito 

Director of Government Relations 
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 
1800 Massachusetts Avenue, NW 
Washington, DC 20036 
(202) 730-7727 


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From: "John Graham" <jaraham@fairviewinsurance.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 10/22/2015 4:33:31 PM 

Subject: RE: stay strong with this witch hunt! 


Doing great., her calm and intelligence, comes across with honesty and profound insights. Calmness and well 
thoughtout responses is winning the, viewers. Esp. Women who had the bully tactics, of the repulicans. 


Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone 


Original message 

From: John Graham <jgraham@fairviewinsurance.com> 

Date: 10/22/2015 4:02 PM (GMT-05:00) 

To: John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Cc: "SYLVIA B. LARSEN (SenSyllars@aol.com)" <SenSyllars@aol.com>, Huma Abedin 
<ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com> 

Subject: RE: stay strong with this witch hunt! 

Have her keep her cool. These incompetent bastards are baiting her , embarressing and disrepectful. We have 
our path. Great job. Both of you. .winner. 


Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone 


Original message 

From: John Graham <jgraham@fairviewinsurance.com> 

Date: 10/22/2015 3:50 PM (GMT-05:00) 

To: John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Cc: "SYLVIA B. LARSEN (SenSyllars@aol.com)" <SenSyllars@aol.com>, Huma Abedin 
<ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com> 

Subject: RE: stay strong with this witch hunt! 

She is on the money., political witch hunt. Arrogant bastard. Great work here 


Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone 


Original message 

From: John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 10/22/2015 2:08 PM (GMT-05:00) 

To: John Graham <jgraham@fairviewinsurance.com> 

Cc: "SYLVIA B. LARSEN (SenSyllars@aol.com)" <SenSyllars@aol.com>, Huma Abedin 
<ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com> 

Subject: RE: stay strong with this witch hunt! 

Got the best candidate! 

On Oct 22, 201 5 1 :52 PM, "John Graham" < jaraham@fairviewinsurance.com > wrote: 
You are the best team. Jersey is ready, let's move forward well done! 


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John F.X. Graham, CEO 

FAIRVIEW INSURANCE AGENCY ASSOCIATES 
25 Fairview Ave 
Verona, NJ 07044 

Tel: 973-857-0870 
Fax: 973-857-9645 
www.fairviewinsurance.com 


iaraham@fairviewinsurance.com 

Please access our website at www.fairviewinsurance.com to see a complete list of our services. 

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Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 1:37 PM 
To: John Graham 

Cc: John Podesta - Hillary Clinton National Campaign ( john.podesta@amail.com ) 
Subject: Re: stay strong with this witch hunt! 


Thanks John 

Sent from my iPhone 


On Oct 22, 2015, at 1 :24 PM, John Graham < jaraham@fairviewinsurance.com > wrote: 


John F.X. Graham, CEO 

FAIRVIEW INSURANCE AGENCY ASSOCIATES 
25 Fairview Ave 
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Tel: 973-857-0870 
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www.fairviewinsurance.com 


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From: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Alexandria Phillips" <aphillips@hillaryclinton.com> 
Date: 8/17/2015 4:40:55 AM 

Subject: Re: Maria Bartiromo show 


Plus Alex 

Makes sense for sept 
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On Aug 17, 2015, at 10:54 AM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


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From: Caruthers, Emily < emily.caruthers@foxnews.com > 

Date: Thursday, August 13, 2015 
Subject: Maria Bartiromo show 

To: " podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu " < podesta@law. aeoraetown.edu > 


Hi John, 


Hope all is well! I was wondering if you have any availability in the upcoming weeks to join Maria 
Bartiromo’s morning show “Mornings with Maria”? The show airs between 6-9a ET. 


Thank you! 

Emily 

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From: "Amanda Renteria" <arenteria@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Marlon Marshall" <mmarshall@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 1/14/2016 2:06:51 PM 

Subject: Re: Hi Tony 


We have some solid touches coming up in SC/MLK weekend. But, also, coming out of the debate, the idea is to 
have CBCI endorse. One easy change overall that we need to make is to lock down some national AA shows/ 
radio. This will be especially important as we go into Feb, Black History Month. This will make everyone feel 
better too. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Jan 14, 2016, at 8:34 PM, Marlon Marshall < mmarshall@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Thanks 

We are going to speak to many of them together this weekend 

On Jan 14, 2016, at 8:19 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

Fyi 

Forwarded message 

From: Tony Podesta < podesta@podesta.com > 

Date: Thursday, January 14, 2016 
Subject: Fwd: Hi Tony 

To: John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com >, Sara Latham < slatham@hillaryclinton.com > 


Just passing on 
Sent from my iPhone 
Begin forwarded message: 

From: Donna Christensen < deleaatedonna@yahoo.com > 

Date: January 13, 2016 at 8:31:34 PM GMT+2 
To: podesta@podesta.com 
Subject: Hi Tony 

Can you please help shake up our campaign. 

We can't let Bernie beat us. He is a great motivator but not president. 
And speaking to CBC members they are concerned 

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From: "Anna Gelpern" <aa1348@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "Law Faculty and Visitors" <LawFacultyandVisitors@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 1 1/25/2014 9:19:32 AM 

Sub'ecL R e 'R em ' n d er °f Today's Workshop - Tuesday, November 25: Rebecca Tushnet, "Registering 
U ^ eC Discontent" 


Coming up in less than an hour! Paper link is below. 

In honor of the upcoming holiday, our last workshop of the term, and the water outage in the cafeteria, we will have outside food. 
Turducken may be served. Lunch will be served. 

We look forward to seeing you at Noon. 

Many thanks and warmest wishes, 

Anna and Bill 


From: Anna Gelpern 

Sent: Monday, November 24, 2014 10:31 PM 
To: Law Faculty and Visitors 

Cc: William W. Buzbee; Tyrone J. Manzy; Jennifer E. Lane; Jacquelyn E. Williams 

Subject: Workshop Reminder for Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 25: Rebecca Tushnet, "Registering Discontent" 

Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 25, Rebecca Tushnet will present her paper, “Registering Discontent: Registration in 
Modern American Trademark Law.” The draft was attached to an earlier email. It is available online here and, in hard copy, 
through Faculty Support. We will meet in the Hotung Faculty Dining Room beginning at Noon. Lunch will be served. 

This is our last faculty workshop of the term - we look forward to seeing you! 


Best regards, 


Anna and Bill 


William W. Buzbee 
Professor of Law 

Georgetown University Law Center 

McDonough 574 

wwb 1 1 @,law. georgetown.edu 


Anna Gelpern 
Professor of Law 

Georgetown University Law Center 
Hotung 5023 

ag 1 348@law.georgetown.edu 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Marlon Marshall" <rnmarshall@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 2/15/2016 10:10:03 AM 

Subject: You on this call? 


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From: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 4/27/2015 7:03:15 AM 

Subject: Re: thanks again 


Send her to us. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Apr 27, 2015, at 2:02 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


No good deed goes unpunished. Let me know how to handle. 

Forwarded message 

From: Meckler, Laura < Laura. Meckler@wsj.com > 

Date: Monday, April 27, 2015 
Subject: thanks again 

To: "John Podesta ( john.podesta@amail.com )" < john. podesta@amail.com > 


John, 

Thanks again for coming with us to the dinner! I had much fun. 

Wondering if you could give me a sense of the general purpose and scope of the fundraising meetings you 
are doing this week-how many cities/meetings? What is your main message for potential bundlers? 

We are going to do a fundraising story of some sort later this week and will surely talk to people who are 
attending but would be good to get an overview straight from you... 

Let me know if you can help. I read you are the most helpful person in DC! 

All best, 

Laura 


Laura Meckler 

The Wall Street Journal. 

202-862-9212 (w) | 202-446-4530 (c) 
@laurameckler 

https://www.facebook.com/LauraMecklerWSJ 


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From: "Tony Podesta" <podesta@podesta.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 10/26/2015 10:26:04 AM 

Subject: 


Forgot to ask you last night because it was too busy. 

But Tina wants us to cook for Katie McGinty. 

Floping you would join in. 

Is that something you'd want to do? 

Also we need to decide if we want to do another Fiillary Greek dinner. 
Sent from my iPhone 


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From: "Glen S. Fukushima" <gsf1 280@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 8/28/2015 6:12:41 AM 

Subject: Embassy Tokyo 


John, 

In case you haven’t seen this: http://bloas.wsi.eom/japanrealtime/2015/08/26/u-s-state-department-watchdoa-critiques-tokvo-embassv/ 
Glen 


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From: 

"Nick Merrill" <nmerrill(a)hrcoffice.com> 

To: 

"Philiope Reines" <pir(a)hrcoffice.com> 


"Chervl Mills" <chervl.mills(a)qrnail.corn> 

Date: 

3/20/2015 1:16:29 PM 

Subject: 

Re: CNN | Gowdy's Server Request 


Alright here’s where I think we should be right now. Can others weigh in so we can start to ship this? 

On the record: 

We’ve turned over all of her work email, taken the unprecedented step of asking the State Department to 
release it, and when they do, which we hope to be soon, we’re confident that everyone will see that it’s all there 
and then some. This goes far beyond normal practice, and anything further is simply playing politics. 

Off the record: 

Rep Cummings' statement makes some important points about standards that I hope you’d point out in your 
reporting. 


From: Philippe Reines < pir(S)hrcoffice.com > 

Date: Friday, March 20, 2015 at 2:32 PM 

To: Cheryl Mills < chervl.mills(S)gmail.com >. NSM < nmerrill(5>hrcoffice.com > 

Cc: John Podesta < iohn.podesta(S)gmail.com >. Huma Abedin < huma@hrcoffice.com >, Jacob Sullivan 

< J a ke.su II ivan@gmail.com >, David Kendall < DKen da I l@wc.com >, Jennifer Palmieri < ien nifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com >, 

Kristina Schake < kristinakschake@gmail.com >. Heather Samuelson < Heather.samuelson@gmail.com > 

Subject: Re: CNN | Gowdy's Server Request 

Worth remembering though that Gowdy last week on the record said his committee doesn’t have the authority to seek her server. 


From: CDM 

Date: Friday, March 20, 2015 at 2:25 PM 
To: Nick Merrill 

Cc: John Podesta, PIR, Huma Abedin, Jake Sullivan, " DKendall(a)wc.com ", Jennifer Palmieri, Kristina Schake, Heather 
Samuelson 

Subject: Re: CNN | Gowdy's Server Request 

this works as holding statement - we will have to eventually answer the question but that should take more than 5 minutes after the reps hit send on a letter to 
leak to reporters 

On Fri, Mar 20, 201 5 at 1 :44 PM, Nick Merrill < nmerrill(ahrcoffice.com > wrote: 

I’ve got a handful of other requests about this now. I think we should avoid being no commented here but need some guidance, even if 
it’s simply to say that we’ve turned over all of her work email, taken the unprecedented step of asking the State Department to release it, 
and when they do, which we hope to be soon, we’re confident that everyone will see that it’s all there and then some. 


From: NSM < nmerril l@hrcoffice.com > 

Date: Friday, March 20, 2015 at 12:56 PM 

To: Cheryl Mills < cheryl. mills@gmail.com >. John Podesta < iohn. podesta@gmail.com >, Philippe Reines 
< pir@hrcoffice.com >. Huma Abedin < huma@hrcoffice.com >. Jacob Sullivan < Jake. sullivan@gmail.com >, David Kendall 
< DKenda ll@wc.com >. Jennifer Palmieri Jennifer. m.palmieri@gmail.com >, Kristina Schake 
< kr istinakschake@gmail.com >. Heather Samuelson < Heather.samuelson@gmail.com > 

Subject: CNN | Gowdy's Server Request 

See below. 


From: <Frates>. Chris < Chris. Frates@cnn.com > 

Date: Friday, March 20, 2015 at 12:54 PM 
To: NSM < nmerril l@hrcoffice.com > 

Cc: David Kendall < DKendal l@wc.com > 

Subject: RE: CNN deadline question 

Nick, I’m CC:ing David Kendall here as the letter was addressed to him. -Thanks, frates 


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From: Frates, Chris 
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2015 12:52 PM 
To: 'nmerriU@Hrcoffice.com ' 
Subject: CNN deadline question 

Importance: High 


Hey Nick, I’m writing a story about the formal request Chairman’s Gowdy office sent to David Kendall today asking that Sec. 
Clinton hand over her email server to the State Dept IG or another independent third party. I’d like to know whether the 
secretary plans to do so and if she has any response to the letter. I’m on deadline now. 


Thanks, 

Chris Frates 

CNN Investigative Correspondent 
202.630.0191 | @frates 


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From: "Vice President Joe Biden" <info@barackobama.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1/15/2010 6:04:06 PM 

Subject: We want our money back 


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From: H <hdr29@hrcoffice.com> 

T o: "Robbv Mook" <robbymook2015@amail.com> 

Date: 3/27/2015 4:04:17 PM 

Subject: Re: Convention CEO 


I think it's too late. We can't be seen as trying to reverse this. 


From: Robby Mook <robbymook2015@gmail.com> 

Sent: Friday, March 27, 2015 7:02:35 PM 

To: H 

Cc: John Podesta 
Subject: Re: Convention CEO 

Yes. ..unfortunately, I think that's true. 

I'm on the phone with Simas now. ..he's stunned that you've already been called. They had absolutely no idea 
anyone was even being interviewed. The WH still hasn't been contacted about about this. He's calling her now. 

On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 6:57 PM, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 

Clearly, the WH either didn't care or didn't weigh in. Probably the former. 


From: Robby Mook < robbvmook2015@gmail.com > 

Sent: Friday, March 27, 2015 6:55:14 PM 

To: H 

Cc: John Podesta 
Subject: Re: Convention CEO 

It boggles my mind that they didn't even consult the White House or us on who to even interview. 
Charlie and I are both dumbfounded. 

On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 6:53 PM, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 

I just talked to her and she told me she had hired Leah after an "exhaustive" interviewing process. 


From: Robby Mook < robbymook201 5@amail.com > 

Sent: Friday, March 27, 2015 6:50:01 PM 
To: H; John Podesta 
Subject: Convention CEO 

I'm distressed that DWS hired a convention CEO without consulting us after Charlie and I both told them 
repeatedly that we expected to be consulted--and we were under the impression they would. They didn't 
consult the White House either. 

Madame Secretary, I'm not going to call anyone or say anything until you have your conversation with DWS, 
but this concerns me a lot. 

John--you, Charlie and I may need to sit down with Debbie to make clear how we want things to change/ 
improve before we are willing to consider playing ball with them. 


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From: "Jason Furman" <jfurman@barackobama.com> 

T o: jpodesta@americanproaress.org 

john.podesta@amail.com 
Date: 1 1/9/2008 2:19:15 PM 

Subject: Can you call me quickly after this call? 


917 - 714-0744 


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From: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta(a)amail.com> 

To: 

"Peter Huffman" <peter.huffman(a)amail.com> 


"Peter Huffman" <peterhuffman(a)amail.com> 


"Adrienne Elrod" <aelrod(a)hillarvclinton.com> 

Date: 

7/26/2015 1:08:08 AM 

Subject: 

Trying to put you two together. 


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From: "Matthew McClellan" <jmmcclellan@amail.com> 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 10/13/2008 6:17:54 AM 

Subject: HellofromPA 


Mr. Podesta, 

About 3-4 weeks ago, Alice Germond forwarded my resume to you and let you know of my interest in working 
with you on the Transition Team after the election if we are fortunate enough to win. 

I wanted to reintroduce myself and let you know that I am still very interested in, and excited by, the opportunity 
to work on the Transition Team I know that my experience and work ethic would lend well to the team and I 
would become a valuable member. 

Recently, I have been hired on as the campaign's Scheduling Director for Western PA. I arrived about 3 weeks 
ago and have hit the ground running. 

I just wanted to touch base and keep my name on your radar as the election draws near. 

And please do feel free to contact me at any time - this is my permanent email and my cell is 917-474-1264. 
Best, 

Matthew McClellan 


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From: "Tracey Lewis" <tlewis@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Kristina Schake" <kschake@hillaryclinton.com> 

"John Podesta" <john. podesta@omail.com> 

"Amanda Renteria" <arenteria@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Charles Baker" <cbaker@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Brian Fallon" <bfallon@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Beth Jones" <bjones@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Huma Abedin" <ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Oren Shur" <oshur@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Alex Hornbrook" <ahombrook@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Tony Carrk" <tcarrk@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Stephanie Hannon" <shannon@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Karen Finney" <kfinney@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Katie Dowd" <kdowd@hillaryclinton.com> 

jake.sullivan@amail.com 

"Dennis Cheng" <dcheno@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Lona Valmoro" <lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com> 
"marlon marshall" <mmarshall@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Jake Sullivan" <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Teddy Goff" <tooff@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Marc Elias" <melias@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Maya Harris" <mharris@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Elan Krieoel" <ekrieoel@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Christina Reynolds" <creynolds@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Heather Stone" <hstone@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 9/5/2015 6:45:30 AM 

Subject: Primary (Non-Early) States Report -- 9/5 


Team, 

For your reference, our Primary States Report as of September 5. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you - Tracey 
PRIMARY STATES REPORT - 9/5 

1) Grassroots Actions Update 

• Labor Day - Volunteers activities at Labor Day events and parades 

• State Fairs - Volunteer activities at the following state fairs: New York, Minnesota, Colorado and Alabama 

• Crowd Build - Women for Hillary Organizing Meetings in OFI and Wl on 9/10 

Current RSVPs (as of 12pm) 

Milwaukee, Wl - 441 
Columbus OH -- 412 

Upcoming Amplification Opportunities: 

• Preparation for Women for Hillary Grassroots House Parties on 9/1 6 

2) Grassroots Fundraising 

Upcoming Grassroots Fundraising Events: NYC (9/9), Atlanta (9/10), and Weston, FL (9/12) 

Money Raised to date for September: $7,286 - (Progress to September Goal: 4%) 

Money Raised to date for Q3: $82,736 - (Progress to Q3 Goal: 37%) 

3) Campus Organizing 

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Campus leaders identified to date: 169 students 
4) Path to Victory Planning for March Contests 

• September 7 (Labor Day) - Texas, Oklahoma, Massachusetts, Vermont, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Alabama, Kansas and Nebraska 
plans finalized 


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From: 

To: 

Date: 

Subject: 

Attachments: 


"Lauren Peterson" <lpeterson@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Amanda Renteria" <arenteria@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Speech Book" <speechbook@hillaryclinton.com> 

12/13/2015 12:06:14 PM 
FOR THE BOOK: LGBT TPs 

2015-12-13 LGBT for Hillary Kickoff CallJHRC Talking Points 630pm Ip.docx 


Hi all, 

These are ready for the book. Thank you! 

LP 

On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 4:49 PM, Amanda Renteria < arenteria@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

This is fantastic!! Gonna be a great call! 

Sent from my iPhone 

> On Dec 1 3, 201 5, at 4:39 PM, Lauren Peterson < lpeterson@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

> 

> Hi all - 

> 

> Sending around TPs for the LGBT call tomorrow. Thanks to Dominic for working on the draft, and Maya for 
edits. These are mostly based off of her Equality SC remarks. 

> 

> The audience will be grassroots supporters who RSVP'd through the email, but the link will be out there in 
the world so we should assume that press could hop on. 

> 

> Research -- I would especially love for you to check out the Rubio line noting his Supreme Court comments 
on p. 5. Is that accurate? 

> 

> Michelle and Adrienne -- we also have her acknowledging a few surrogates who will be on, so adding you 
for awareness of that piece. 

> 

> Thanks all and sorry for the tight turnaround! 

> 

> LP 

> <2015-12-13 LGBT for Hillary Kickoff Call_HRC Talking Points 430pm lp.docx> 


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From: 

oraisner(a)hillarvclinton.com 

To: 

iohn.oodesta(a)amail.com 

Date: 

3/13/2016 7:19:05 PM 

Subject: 

Canceled Event: Expectations/Messaging @ Mon Mar 14, 2016 11am - 12pm 
(john.podesta@gmail.com) 

Attachments: 

invite. ics 


This event has been canceled and removed from your calendar. 

Expectations/Messaging 

Mon Mar 14, 2016 11am- 12pm Eastern Time 

When 

Dial in: 347-943-6141 [PIN: 99784] // Room: South Carolina Conference Room ( map ) 

Where 

https://plus.aooale.com/hanaouts/ /hillarvclinton.com/expectations 

Video call 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

Calendar 


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• John Podesta 

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From: "Office of the President" <presidentsoffice@aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: podesta@aeoraetown.edu 

Date: 3/1/2016 12:29:00 PM 

Subject: Nominate Faculty for the President's Awards for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers 



Office of the President 
Georgetown University 


March 1, 2016 


Dear Members of the Georgetown University Community: 

I write with great pleasure to invite you to nominate faculty for this year's President’s Awards for Distinguished 
Scholar-Teachers at Georgetown University. With these awards, we celebrate the integration of outstanding 
research and the kind of excellence in teaching that is at the heart of our mission. These awards seek to 
recognize the most impactful among our exceptionally talented faculty. 

We encourage all members of the university to submit nominations — all full-time faculty members are eligible and 
renominations are welcome. To submit a nomination, please send a statement of support to 
presidentsoffice@aeoraetown.edu by Friday, April 1 , 2016. 

While the strongest nominations will include specific examples of the integration of scholarship and excellence in 
teaching, we recognize that student nominations may naturally focus more on the teaching element while faculty 
colleagues may focus more on research. You can find more information about the nomination process and past 
awardees by visiting our website 

Awardees will each receive an annual grant of $10,000 for three years to support their scholarship, and will be 
recognized this fall at our annual Fall Faculty Convocation. Since inaugurating this award in 2013, we have had 
the distinct pleasure of recognizing Professors Der-Chen Chang, Richard Schlegel, James Collins, Karen Gale, 
Phil Schrag, Derek Goldman, and Christian Wolf. 

Georgetown is blessed with the finest, most talented faculty, whose dedication — to excellence in their fields, to 
the formation of our students, to the ideals that animate our work — forms a cornerstone of our exceptional 
academic community. 

I wish to express my appreciation for the role each of you plays in advancing our mission and building our 
community. I very much look forward to reading your nominations, and wish you all my very best for a terrific 
Spring Break ahead. 

Sincerely, 

John J. DeGioia 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Huma Abedin" <huma@hrcoffice.com> 

Date: 3/22/2015 8:04:23 AM 

Subject: Re: Tomorrow with potus 


Ok with me. 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

> On Mar 22, 2015, at 2:44 PM, Huma Abedin <huma@hrcoffice.com> wrote: 

> 

> Hrc, following up on John's conversation with Denis, this is what Anita and I just discussed: 12:30pm-1 :30pm 
lunch in residence. 

> 3 on 3: 

> P, Susan, Ben 

> You, John, Jake 

> Ok? 


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From: 

"Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin(a)hillarvclinton.com> 

To: 


Date: 

3/19/2016 7:41:05 AM 

Subject: 

HRC's speech at AIPAC 

Attachments: 

2016-03-19 AIPAC - 230pm.docx 


Good afternoon -- 

On Monday morning, HRC is going to speak at AIPAC (all the Republican candidates speak Monday evening). If 
you have time today, we'd love your thoughts on the attached draft of her speech. It's more pointedly political 
than some of our previous outings, but that reflects the moment we're in. We're not eager to add a lot of length 
here, but if you see an important issue we're missing, or a landmine we're about to step on, please let us know. 

Also, please copy Oren on your responses so we can track. 

Thanks very much. 

Dan 


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From: "Heather Boushev" <HBoushey@equitablearowth.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 7/30/2015 10:39:34 AM 

Subject: Re: Checked in with Steve 


Thank you! 

Best, 

Heather 


Heather Boushey 

Executive Director and Chief Economist 
Washington Center for Equitable Growth 
1333 H Street, NW, 2nd Floor 
Washington, DC 20005 

hboushev@eauitablegrowth.org 
www.Eauitablegrowth.org 
Desk: (202) 545-3341 
Twitter: @hboushey 


From: John Podesta 

Date: Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 1:37 PM 

To: Heather Boushey 

Cc: Carmel Martin 

Subject: Re: Checked in with Steve 

Adding Carmel. I think it's fine to go forward with finance/HR and Hudson hires. I will talk to Steve to see if we 
can agree on a cash flow strategy including reserve, but let's not wait on that to proceed with these hires. 

On Thursday, July 30, 2015, Heather Boushey < HBoushey@equitablearowth.ora > wrote: 

Hello John, 

I hope all is well with you. I checked in with Steve yesterday about my upcoming San Francisco trip and asked his advice as well 
on the budget as well, just to get another set of eyes on how the annual that he's seen before looks month-to-month. Steve 
said he'd take a look and get back to me soon. He is still keen on cutting us checks as we need his funds. 

Thank you for pushing monthly cash flow. This is helpful for me to see on paper. I continue to think the plan is as prudent as a 
start-up can be and necessary if we are to go independent and do what we need to fulfill our mission and show effectiveness 
so we can raise funds. 

But, we cannot become independent without a serious search for a finance and hr director — as these go-arounds with the 
budget demonstrate. Once we made the "go independent" decision, this and a development staff were my two top priorities. 
We have the development staff person — she's been here a week and a half and we're already moving forward — and we need 
this finance/hr person. We've filled the gap with a contractor to help us do the budget basics and help us do a search for a 
good finance/hr person, but now we're paying her to run a search that we have no approval for. 

The other hires are also critical, but in different ways. With Ed spending all his time on management and the transition, and 
our grantees work about to (finally) come in, we are in need for an editor. David Hudson is on the market now and I need to 
move forward. The support for the academic programs is becoming increasingly important as our grant program has gone from 
no grantees to now over 30 and another tranche to set up and Korin needs help to do the outreach and support this program so 
that the research doesn't sit on a shelf. David Hudson will also help with the ghost-writing/editing/making the research go 
someplace. 

All of this hiring will take time and, given what I see on the horizon, I think it's time to move forward. I'd very much like to sit 
down and talk budgets with you, but in the absence of time to do that, can we move forward advertising these positions? 

Best, 

Heather 

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 

Heather Boushey 

Executive Director and Chief Economist 
Washington Center for Equitable Growth 
1333 H Street, NW, 2nd Floor 
Washington, DC 20005 


hboushev@eauitablegrowth.org 


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From: "Jeremy Funk" <funk@americansunitedforchanae.ora> 

T o: biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

Date: 1/15/2010 12:35:10 PM 

Subject: [big campaign] WSJ: Bank Tax Is Centerpiece of Democrats' Populist Strategy 


One pro-Democratic group, Americans United for Change, organized a rally at which Coakley supporters waved 
yellow-and-black signs reading, "Scott Brown: Standing With Wall Street. " 

Bank Tax Is Centerpiece of Democrats' Populist Strategy 

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1 0001 424052748704381 604575005361 6447271 40. html?mod=aooalenews wsj 

JANUARY 15, 2010, 6:55 P.M. ET 

By PETER WALLSTEN 

WASHINGTON — Democrats' last-minute scramble to salvage the special U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts 
is offering the first test of a populist pitch that party strategists hope to take to other campaigns this year. 

Central to the strategy is the new White House plan to tax big banks as punishment for their role in the financial 
crisis. President Barack Obama announced the proposal Thursday amid reports that financial institutions bailed 
out by the government are enjoying healthy profits and paying generous bonuses, and as a bipartisan 
commission began hearing testimony on banks' role in the economic crisis. 

But events Friday in Massachusetts showed how the White House and top Democrats aim to use the bank tax as 
a political weapon:Senate candidate Martha Coakley, Vice President Joe Biden and others used the issue to 
portray Ms. Coakley, who is vying to succeed the late Edward Kennedy, as tough on bank executives and 
portray Republican Scott Brown as coddling them. 

The shift suggests Democrats view Mr. Obama's health-care overhaul, his top domestic priority and a leading 
issue in the contest, as a less effective political topic, and possibly even a disadvantage. 

Polls show declining voter enthusiasm for Mr. Obama's health-care plan. Mr. Brown has campaigned on a 
promise to provide the 41st GOP vote to secure a Senate fillibuster to scuttle a health-care bill. 

Democratic strategists concede Mr. Obama's support in the past for a Wall Street bailout has fueled voter anger, 
particularly among conservatives and supporters of the antiestablishment Tea Party movement who are pouring 
money and volunteer hours into Mr. Brown's race. 

With the bank tax, "we can take populism back to our side," a Democratic Party strategist said. 

On Friday, Ms. Coakley and others invoked the bank tax in speeches and fundraising emails. A missive from Mr. 
Biden read, "Even though the banks received billions of dollars from American taxpayers to prevent the collapse 
of our financial system, Scott Brown doesn't think it's fair for us to get it back — when they're paying out billions in 
bonuses with our money." 

One pro-Democratic group, Americans United for Change, organized a rally at which Coakley supporters waved 
yellow-and-black signs reading, "Scott Brown: Standing With Wall Street." 

Mr. Brown he opposed the tax because it would most likely be passed on to consumers through ATM fees, 
among other things. He said banks would have to pay a hefty tax rather than use the money to extend much- 
needed loans to small businesses. 

"If you're having an uphill battle selling health care in a blue state like Massachusetts, that should send shivers 
down the spine of Democrats looking at races across the country," said Brian Walsh, a spokesman for the 
National Republican Senatorial Committee. 


Jeremy J. Funk 

Communications Director, Americans United for Change 
Office: 202.470.5878 
Cell: 605.366.3654 
funkOiamericansunitedforchanae.ora 
www.AmericansUnitedforChanae.ora 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Sandler. Herbert" <hms@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

Date: 12/16/2014 3:45:19 PM 

Subject: Re: Thanks 


Enjoy. 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

> On Dec 16, 2014, at 12:07 AM, "Sandler, Herbert" <hms@sandlerfoundation.org> wrote: 

> 

> John and Mary 

> I just received the holiday package of pasta and sauce. If only I could make it turn out as special as you guys 
do. 

> Many thanks. 

> Much love 

> Herb 

> 

> Sent from my iPad 


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From: "Ross Offinaer" <ross@kirstenaillibrand.com> 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 3/12/201 1 3:00:29 AM 

Subject: did you see this? 


John -- 

I want to make sure you saw Politico’s article about Kirsten’s Daily Beast livechat where she answered questions 
about the importance of having more women in power, the struggles that women face and who inspired her to 
get off the sidelines and run for public office. 

Click here to read all about Kirsten’s inspiration - her grandmother. 

Also, Kirsten is highlighted on Newsweek & The Daily Beast's “150 Women 
Who Shake the World” list that came out last week. 

Calling Kirsten a “fierce presence in Washington,” they praised her 
leadership on the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and improving 
transparency in government. 

Click here to see Kirsten on the 150 Women Who Shake the 
World list. 

Thanks, 



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From: "Jill Lawrence" <jilldlawrence@amail.com> 

T o: podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu 

Date: 1 1/18/2014 4:19:08 AM 

Subject: Book chapter on Obama's final 2 years 


Hey John, I'm trying this email address because it's the only one I have, and crossing my fingers that it still 
works. 

I'm writing a chapter looking ahead to the president's final two years for a University of Virginia book helmed by 
Larry Sabato and published by Rowman and Littlefield. You are probably the most important person for me to 
talk to for a number of reasons, including your service during Bill Clinton's second term; your expertise in 
executive action; Obama's reported focus on climate in coming months, and the complications that will be 
created by 2016 Dems, led by Hillary Clinton, trying to prove they are different from Obama. 

I'd love to do this in person, at the White House or over coffee (maybe in the neighborhood, if you still live in the 
Murch/P&P neighborhood). I could also do it on the phone. The time frame is tight -- manuscript is due early 
December -- so I'd need to talk in the next week or two. (Yes, I know, it's only a little busy these days over 
there). 

Let me know what we can work out. I'm very flexible on days and times, except for Thursday this week. I'm also 
flexible on ground rules. 

I'll give you a call if I don't hear from you in the next couple of days. 

Thanks in advance, 

Jill 

Jill Lawrence 

Columnist. Creators Syndicate 
Adjunct Professor. American University 
Brookings Institution: The Primaries Project 
http://JHILawrence. com/ 

202 - 441-5677 

http://twitter.com/JillDLawrence 
http:/ /www. facebook. com/jill. lawrence 


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From: "Schneider HQ" <info@schneiderforconaress.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 10/5/2014 7:38:39 AM 

Subject: apologies john 


1 1 Schneider for Congress 


John, sorry for the early morning email, but this is important: 

Speaker Boehner and the Republicans are set to spend over $4 MILLION to defeat Brad. 

Why? With 30 days to go, our race is in a DEAD HEAT. 

Republicans think with enough cash they can just buy this election for Bob Dold. If we don't respond, their strategy could 
work. 

John, time is running out to break the tie. Can we count on you to have Brad's back? 


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From: "Karl Frisch" <karl@karlfrisch.com> 

T o: biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

Date: 9/15/2010 4:09:03 PM 

Subject: [big campaign] Twitter and the Cowardice of Sarah Palin 

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From: "Molly McUsic" <mcusic@wyssfoundation.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 8/15/2015 12:08:13 PM 

Subject: RE: You around for a call? 


I am sure this was overtaken by events but would love to catch up if you ever have a second. We are also almost down to the 
finalist for our communications hub. As you undoubtedly remember but want to forget, you agreed to interview the final 
candidate. 

Molly McUsic | President 
The Wyss Foundation 

1601 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 802 | Washington, DC 20009 
Phone: 202-232-4418 Ext. 12 | Fax: 202-232-4419 
www.wvssfoundation.org 

From: John Podesta [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com] 

Sent: Friday, July 31, 2015 12:12 PM 

To: Molly McUsic 

Subject: You around for a call? 


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From: "Ann O'Leary" <aoleary@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: H <hdr29@hrcoffice.com> 

Date: 9/26/2015 4:51 :40 PM 

Subject: Re: Memo on Cadillac Tax for HRC 


If it does comes up, here is my suggested response. If it does not come up, we'll regroup and work on a 
statement to get out next week: 


Q: Would you repeal the Cadillac tax? 

Yes, I would. While I continue to believe that we need a bold set of policies to reduce the growth of 
health costs that eats into workers’ wages, I do not think we should pass the full burden of doing this 
onto the backs of consumers and workers. 

The Affordable Care Act is already working to slow the growth of health spending. We have had the 
slowest growth in health spending in five decades. 

Yet, too many Americans - who had good health insurance before and still have good insurance after the 
ACA — are not experiencing this downward trend in health spending. Instead they are seeing their 
deductibles rise, their prescription drug costs skyrocket and they don’t know how to make ends meet and 
stay health. 

I worry that if the Cadillac Tax is implemented, workers who have fought hard for good health insurance, 
simply won’t have it any longer because employers will demand workers pay more and more out of 
pocket. 

Just this week the Kaiser Family Foundation released a survey showing that the average deductible that 
Americans with employer based coverage have to pay before their insurance kicks in is over $1300, and 
has grown 7X faster than workers wages since 2010. 

Now, let me be clear I do not believe that we should simply repeal the Cadillac Tax without determining 
how we would pay for lost revenue - this revenue is essential to helping subsidize affordable health 
insurance through the health exchanges and allowing the federal government to robustly help states 
expand Medicaid. 

If Congress repeals the Cadillac Tax, it must pay for it and we must work together to reform the delivery 
of health care to make it more value driven and more cost efficient. 


On Sat, Sep 26, 2015 at 4:59 PM, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 
I doubt it will come up on MTP. We should just plan to put out statement. 


From: Ann O'Leary < aolearv(a>hillarvclinton.com > 

Sent: Saturday, September 26, 2015 7:39:43 PM 
To: Jake Sullivan 
Cc: H; John Podesta 

Subject: Re: Memo on Cadillac Tax for HRC 

Very much agree. Let me check with Jen and Brian on whether to do this on Meet the Press and then work up 
the right talking points. 


Ann O’Leary 

Sent from my iPhone 

(51 01 717-5518 (cell) 

On Sep 26, 2015, at 4:19 PM, Jake Sullivan < jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


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Your point on R version is key. Our Bernie contrast rests on defending ACA, so crucial to cast this as a 
fix and to be on the lookout for R efforts to make this a Trojan Horse for broader dismantling of the ACA. 


On Sep 26, 2015, at 7:17 PM, H < hdr29@hrcoffice.com > wrote: 


Given the politics now w bipartisan support including Schumer, I'll support repeal w "sense of the 
Senate" that revenues would have to be found. I'd be open to a range of options to do that. But we 
have to be careful that the R version passes which begins the unraveling of the ACA. 


On Sep 26, 2015, at 6:10 PM, Ann O'Leary < aolearv@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 


Madam Secretary - 

I wanted to be sure you saw this memo on the Cadillac Tax. 

In short, we are recommending that you call for repeal but go back to your 2008 position that 
workers over $250K not be exempt from paying taxes on their health care. This will allow us 
to take in some revenue and show a consistency of your position without harming middle 
class workers. It would do little, however, to control health care consumption and costs. 

There remains a divide among your advisors with the economic team interested in you 
offering a "fix it" approach (Option 3) in the memo and your political team very interested in 
you coming out for full repeal because of the union implications (Option 1). Several of your 
advisors - Neera and Chris, chief among them - offered this middle ground that Jake and I 
thought could work (Option 2). 

Subsequently, I've talked to Randi Weingarten who has been taking the pulse of the unions in 
it. While she thinks they can live with the $250K position, she thinks you don't gain much from 
it and feels the most important thing is that you get out there not only offering empathy for 
workers and the cost-shifting they are experiencing but you make clear that this tax would 
mean health savings on the backs of workers and you won't do it that way. 

If you did come out for repeal, we would recommend coupling it with strong delivery system 
reforms and making clear that Congress find a way to pay fir it (we don't recommend having 
you offer the pay-for since they are actively working on it I the Senate). 

Because you are going on Meet the Press tomorrow, we wanted to check in on whether you 
wanted to make your position clear on the show. Comms team feels that only straight up 
repeal would make news. 

Jake and John can weigh in further and we are happy to discuss. 

Thanks, 

Ann 


Ann O’Leary 

Sent from my iPhone 

(510) 717-5518 (cell) 


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From: "Ann O'Leary" < aoleary@hillaryclinton.com > 

Date: September 25, 2015 at 9:24:16 AM PDT 

To: Dan Stein < dstein@hillaryclinton.com >, Robert Russo 

< rrusso@hillaryclinton.com > 

Cc: Jake Sullivan < jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com >, Michael Shapiro < 
mshapiro@hillaryclinton.com > 

Subject: Memo on Cadillac Tax for HRC 


Dan & Rob - 

Could you please get this memo to HRC today? 

Thanks very much, 

Ann 


Ann O'Leary 
Senior Policy Advisor 
Hillary for America 
Cell: 510-717-5518 


<Cadillac Tax Memo - Sept 25 2015 FINAL. docx> 


Ann O'Leary 
Senior Policy Advisor 
Hillary for America 
Cell: 510-717-5518 


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From: "llvse G. Hogue, NARAL Pro-Choice America" <can@prochoiceamerica.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <John.Podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1 1/13/2015 12:26:34 PM 

Subject: BREAKING: Abortion at the Supreme Court 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Sandler. Herbert" <hms@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

Date: 1 1/12/2015 2:58:44 PM 

Subject: Re: Following up on discussion on the Equitable Growth Steering Committee call 


Best Thursday 

On Thursday, November 12, 2015, Sandler, Herbert < hms@sandlerfoundation.org > wrote: 

Sorry to bother you, but we’d like to set a date. Do any of the times below work for you? If not, we’ll proceed without 
you and catch you up later at your convenience. 


From: Sandler, Herbert 

Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 10:37 AM 
To: 'John Podesta' 

Subject: FW: Following up on discussion on the Equitable Growth Steering Committee call 


Do any of these times work for you? 


From: Hyde, Susan 

Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 10:26 AM 
To: Sandler, Herbert 

Cc: Hyde, Susan; Demesmin-Rodrigues, Jeannette 

Subject: FW: Following up on discussion on the Equitable Growth Steering Committee call 


Mr. Sandler: 


Steve called and asked me to find a time that would work for you, Steve and Messrs. Blinder and Solow for a call next 
week. 


Following are the dates/times that would work for the four of you: 

Tuesday, November 17 at 10am (PST) / 1pm (EST) 

Thursday, November 19 at 10am (PST) / 1pm (EST) 
Thursday, November 19 at 11am (PST) / 2pm (EST) 


Steve said that maybe you’d like to contact John Podesta to see if one of the dates/times work for him as well and confirm 
a time for the call. 


Please let me know how I can be of assistance. 


Thank you, 

Susan 

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From: Daetz, Steve 

Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 9:53 AM 
To: Hyde, Susan 

Subject: Fwd: Following up on discussion on the Equitable Growth Steering Committee call 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: "Alan S. Blinder" < blinder@Princeton.EDU > 

Date: November 10, 2015 at 10:23:25 AM EST 
To: "Daetz, Steve" < sdaetz@sandlerfoundation.ora > 

Cc: "Sandler, Herbert" < hms@sandlerfoundation.org > 

Subject: RE: Following up on discussion on the Equitable Growth Steering Committee call 

Yes, a good topic for us. 


I could get on a call Thursday afternoon, almost any time Friday. 


Next week: Late Monday morning, early Tuesday afternoon, or Thursday afternoon. 


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From: Daetz, Steve [ mailto:sdaetz@sandlerfoundation.ora 1 

Sent: Wednesday, November 04, 2015 12:27 PM 

To: Bob Solow f barbmlewis@hotmail.com ); Alan S. Blinder 

Cc: Sandler, Herbert; iohn.podesta@amail.com ; Daetz, Steve 

Subject: Following up on discussion on the Equitable Growth Steering Committee call 


Hi Bob and Alan: On our steering committee call last week, John Podesta raised the issue of changing 
trends in the nature of work, which Bob referred to as the “casualization” of work and is sometimes called 
the “on-demand” economy, 1099 economy, Uberization, etc... We have been following these trends 
and are interested in the potential implications (e.g. on issues like the safety net, bargaining power over 
wages/benefits, distribution of wealth, consumer protections, etc...). The issue seems to be getting more 
popular media attention, but the policy landscape seems stuck in a different era. 


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Herb and I spoke briefly with John yesterday about what else might be done. 


On the policy side, John is encouraging CAP to be more engaged, which Neera wants to do. We 
think CAP plans to start by doing one or more policy-oriented convenings, and then decide what else to 
do. I have spoken with CBPP to encourage them to reflect further on how these developments may 
impact the safety net policies they work on, both federally and in the states. For example, some of their 
key policy issues, such as the EITC, are often dependent on traditional “employment” to receive the 
benefits. 


We’re not sure how much serious academic work is being done in this area. From the steering 
committee call, Alan noted that Alan Krueger is doing a paper on Uber and we know Heather hopes the 
RFP may yield some relevant research projects. I also plan to reach out to Rob Johnson to see if INET 
or its network are thinking about these topics. 


We’d be interested in: 

o Your thoughts on whether it would make sense to try and convene some 
academics on the topic, including to understand where there might be 
disagreement among them 

o Whether such a convening might be done through WCEG, or might be 
better done separately 

o Any other thoughts you may have for how to pursue this topic further in 
the academy, and whether it is a worthwhile pursuit 


It probably makes sense to try and have a brief call by phone, rather than do this by 
email. Herb and I are pretty flexible the rest of this week, and also the week of Nov 16- 
20. Would any times work for you in those windows? John would try and join the call, 
schedule permitting. 


As background, if interested, here are a couple items that provide a pretty good overview of some of the 
issues: 


Sen. Mark Warner, who is interested in the topic, wrote an op ed in the Washington Post. 


The Economist had a survey piece on this topic of freelance workers that covered a broad range 
of issues 


Thank you. 


Steve Daetz 
Sandler Foundation 


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From: "wendv Abrams" <wabrams1 @me.com> 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 1 1/12/2015 3:14:37 AM 

Subject: DC 


On the outside chance you're in DC today, I'm meeting Debbie Berger for dinner if you'd like to join us or meet 
for drink before hand 

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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

T o: "Maya Harris" <mharris@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 10/2/2015 10:17:38 AM 

Subject: Fwd: Re: Ragnar 2015 Gameday Chain 


Forwarded message 

From: "Gabe Podesta" < gpodesta@gmail.com > 

Date: Oct 2, 2015 5:00 PM 

Subject: Re: Ragnar 2015 Gameday Chain 

To: " christopher.kirchhoff@gmail.com " < christopher.kirchhoff@gmail.com > 

Cc: "Tamara Fucile" < fucilet@vahoo.com >, "Larissa" < larissalpcs@gmail.com >, "Eryn Sepp" 

< e ryn.sepp@gmail.com >, "Peter Velz" < ptvelz@gmail.com >, "John Podesta" < john. podesta@gmail.com >, 
"Dustin Kouba" < dustinkouba@gmail.com >, "Tony {PEP} West" < tonv. west@pepsico.com >, 
" vivek.viswanathan@gmail.com " < vivek.viswanathan@gmail.com >, "Bridget Ansel" 
< bridgetansel@gmail.com >, " emily.s.wu@gmail.com " < emilv. s.wu@gmail.com >, " milia.fisher@gmail.com 
< milia. fisher@gmail.com >, " bdeese@gmail.com " < bdeese@gmail.com > 

Not surprisingly, Vivek crushed it. Surprisingly, we learned that Tony is 50! And he is in the process of crushing 
it. 

But seriously--50?!7! Would anyone have guessed that? 

On Friday, October 2, 2015, < christopher.kirchhoff@gmail.com > wrote: 

Kouba made 22 kills and made up a few minutes of time. 

Vivek is charging up a monster, monster hill. 


On Oct 2, 2015, at 15:14, Tamara Fucile <fucilet@yahoo.com > wrote: 

Go Team TBDI! 

<image1 ,JPG> 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 2, 2015, at 2:16 PM, Larissa <larissalpcs@gmail.com > wrote: 

Van 2 is there in a blue van. We are en route. John is running 
Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 2, 2015, at 2:10 PM, Eryn Sepp <eryn. sepp@gmail.com > wrote: 

I'll be at exchange 6 in 15 mins. Where y'all at? I'm in a blue CRV with a "0.0 I don't run" 
sticker. 

Eryn M. Sepp 
Cell: 818-456-2881 

On Oct 2, 2015, at 2:05 PM, Peter Velz <ptvelz@gmail.com > wrote: 

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John is on leg 6 at 1 :52, ETA is 2:43. 

On Fri, Oct 2, 2015 at 12:28 PM Eryn Sepp <eryn. sepp@gmail.com > wrote: 

I'm leaving Gaithersburg now for exchange 6. Making a Subway run in 30 mins if 
anyone wants anything. 

On Oct 2, 2015, at 12:25 PM, John Podesta <john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 


About 10 minutes to finish leg 3. Pete is kicking ass. 

On Oct 2, 2015 12:20 PM, "Dustin Kouba" <dustinkouba@gmail.com > wrote: 
Van 2 is North of Frederick. 

On Oct 2, 2015, at 12:03 PM, Bridget Ansel <bridgetansel@gmail.com > 
wrote: 


Peter is killing it up the mountain!! 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 2, 2015, at 1 0:58 AM, Peter Velz <ptvelz@gmail.com > wrote: 


Tattoos have been applied. <IMG_7608.JPG><IMG_7610.JPG> 

On Fri, Oct 2, 2015 at 10:47 AM Eryn Sepp 
<eryn. sepp@gmail.com > wrote: 

Don't feel bad Tamara. I think that's the third year in a row that 
signage hasn't been ideal on Leg 1 . I'll speak to the race 
coordinator when I see him today at Exchange 6. 

Abbey says good luck everyone! 

J imagel .JPG 


On Oct 2, 2015, at 10:39 AM, Tamara Fucile 
<fucilet@yahoo.com > wrote: 

Ack! I got lost for about a mile. So added a little bit of time to 
our relay. Whoops. But Larissa is now off. 

Rain is starting to pick up. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 2, 2015, at 9:50 AM, Larissa 
<larissalpcs@gmail.com > wrote: 


It's chilly folks - van 2 - may want to bundle up!!! 

Sent from my iPhone 

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<ptvelz@gmail.com > wrote: 


Tamara is off and running. 

On Fri, Oct 2, 201 5 at 8: 1 0 AM Peter Velz 
<ptvelz@gmail.com > wrote: 

Hello! 

Van 1 is on our way up about 45 minutes out 
to the start. 

Stay dry, and see you folks at the handoff! 


-Peter 


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Gabe Podesta 


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From: "Marissa Astor" <mastor@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Ervn Sepp" <eryn.sepp@amail.com> 

Date: 4/28/2015 1 1:23:25 AM 

Subject: Re: [TIME CHANGE - 5:30 PM ET] Speech Brainstorm on Wednesday 


Hi folks, 

We had to re-configure things for tomorrow. To avoid confusion, we will send out another separate email 
clarifying the schedule for tomorrow. 

There will NOT be a meeting on Thursday, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM, so please disregard that from my previous 
email. 

On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 5:13 PM, Eryn Sepp < eryn. sepp@gmail.com > wrote: 

+ John just in case we need to change again. 

(John, this is 3-4 pm tomorrow your time, and Thurs 1-2 pm, during your transit times) 

On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 5:06 PM, Marissa Astor < mastor@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 

Hi everyone, 


We have had to make another change to the speech brainstorm — we need to split this into two separate 
meetings/calls. 


There will be a meeting to discuss the speech location on Wednesday, April 29 from 6:00 PM-7:00 PM ET. 


There will be another meeting to brainstorm the speech on Thursday, April 30 from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM ET. 


Thanks again for everyone’s flexibility. 


Best, 

Marissa 


On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 3:42 PM, Marissa Astor < mastor@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
The manifest in the last email was incorrect. Updated below — thanks all! 


Additionally, for folks connecting remotely, we would like you/your principal to try and connect via Google+ 
Hangout if at all possible. The speakers on the TV are much better than our conference phone speaker so 
it is a lot easier to hear people when you connect via Google+ Hangout. There will be a link in the calendar 
invite for joining via Google+ Hangout — if you are not at a computer/don’t have a camera there is a 
Hangout app for iPhone, Android, etc. that you can use to connect. 


Manifest 
Huma Abedin 
John Anzalone 


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Joel Benenson 
David Binder 
Mandy Grunwald 
Teddy Goff 
Alex Hornbrook 
Marlon Marshall 
Jim Margolis 
Robby Mook 
Jen Palmieri 
John Podesta 
Kristina Schake 
Dan Schwerin 
Oren Shur 
Jake Sullivan 


On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 3:24 PM, Marissa Astor < rnastor@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Hi all, 

Apologies for the last minute change of plans, but we need to move the time of tomorrow's speech 
brainstorm as well as extend the length of the call/meeting. The meeting will now run from 5:30 PM 
until about 7:30 PM ET. 

Updated manifest below. 

Thanks for your flexibility here! 

Manifest 
Huma Abedin 
John Anzalone 
Joel Benenson 
Mandy Grunwald 
Teddy Goff 
Alex Hornbrook 
Marlon Marshall 
Jim Margolis 
Robby Mook 
Jen Palmieri 
John Podesta 
Kristina Schake 
Dan Schwerin 
Oren Shur 
Jake Sullivan 


On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 3:19 PM, Marissa Astor < mastor@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
We are confirmed for 1 2:45 PM ET on Wednesday. Calendar invite to follow. 


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On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 12:54 PM, Marissa Astor < mastor@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

We need to set up a call/meeting on Wednesday to brainstorm on the May speech. In order to 
accommodate John Podesta’s schedule this would need to be at 12:45 PM ET. Please let me know 
ASAP if you are not able to make this window work. 

Manifest 

John Anzalone 
Joel Benenson 
David Binder 
Teddy Goff 
Mandy Grunwald 
Marlon Marshall 
Jim Margolis 
Robby Mook 
Jen Palmieri 
Kristina Schake 
Dan Schwerin 
Oren Shur 
Jake Sullivan 

Thank you! 

Marissa 


Eryn M. Sepp 
Cell: 818-456-2881 


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From: "Huma Abedin" <ha16@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Ron Klain" <ron.klain@revolution.com> 

Date: 10/1 1/2015 4:37:24 AM 

Subject: Re: MONDAY -- update on debate prep session 


All Las Vegas time. 

We have an event in the window that she originally suggested. Evening is probably better on body clock too, 
no? That was part of our thinking. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 1 1 , 2015, at 1 1 :35 AM, Ron Klain < ron. klain@revolution.com > wrote: 


That's all Las Vegas time? 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 1 1 , 201 5, at 1 1 :28 AM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


We wil plan for prep on the plane, as planned. 

HRC would like to see everyone for another session from approximately 6:00pm-9:00pm. 

While a session from 3:30pm-5:00pm is unlikely now, please don't book that time with anything else 
until we circle back with you. 


On Sat, Oct 10, 2015 at 7:03 PM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Tomorrow's debate prep session will begin at 12:30pm tomorrow. 

On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 8:27 PM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Tomorrow's session will begin at 12:30pm. 

Thank you -- Lona 

On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 12:42 PM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Thank you for your patience on our location for this weekend -- here is where we have landed 
for Saturday and Sunday. 

If you are interested in around transportation to the site, please RSVP (to me) when you have a 
chance today. 

The ground transportation will be leaving from Brooklyn HQ at 10:45am. 

Saturday, October 10th 
12:00pm-5:00pm 
Bedford Room 

Doral Arrowwood Hotel Conference Center 
975 Anderson Hill Road 
Rye Brook, NY 10573 

Sunday, October 1 1th 
1:00pm until Tbd 
Bedford Room 

Doral Arrowwood Hotel Conference Center 

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975 Anderson Hill Road 
Rye Brook, NY 10573 


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From: 

"Froman. Michael B" <fromanm(a)citi.com> 

To: 

bobama(5)ameritech.net 

Date: 

10/6/2008 11:38:41 AM 

Subject: 

Diversity 

Attachments: 

Diversity List.doc 


Women.doc 


Barack -- 

Following up on your conversations with John over the weekend, attached are two documents: 

-- A list of African American, Latino and Asian American candidates, divided between Cabinet/Deputy and Under/ 
Assistant/Deputy Assistant Sectetary levels, as well as lists of senior Native Americans, Arab/Muslim Americans 
and Disabled Americans. We have longer lists, but these are candidates whose names have been 
recommended by a number of sources for senior level jobs in a potential Administration. 

-- A list of women, similarly divided between candidates for Cabinet/Deputy and other senior level positions. 

Please let us know if you have any questions. 

-- Mike Froman 


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From: "Minority Media and Telecommunications Council" <media@mmtconline.ora> 

T o: podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu 

Date: 7/29/2014 7:03:15 AM 

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From: john.podesta@amail.com 

T o: "Chris Edlev" <cedley@amail.com> 

Date: 10/23/2008 8:43:40 AM 

Subject: Re: Howard Dean 


Grazie. 

Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile 


From: "Christopher Edley" <cedley@gmail.com> 

Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 19:11:37 -0700 

To: John Podesta<john.podesta@gmail.com>; Froman, Michael B<fromanm@citi.com>; Federico 
Peha<fpena@vestarden.com>; Cassandra Butts<cbutts.obama08@gmail.com>; Varney, Christine 
A.<cvarney@hhlaw.com>; Stern, Todd<todd. stern@wilmerhale.com> 

Subject: Howard Dean 

Earlier, I suggested Howard Dean for HHS and someone told me that he's already in the mix. Which is great. I 
just spent an hour with him, and had a terrific conversation. Let me stress that I was conducting an 
interrogation, not being lobbied. 

First, I feel even more strongly that he would be a terrific pick for HHS. It's not just that he's a physician, or that 
he dealt with the issues as a governor, or that he was especially innovative on health care as a governor. It is 
also that he has studied in detail every major health reform proposal that's come along in the past 25 years. He 
was a member of HRC's 1993 task force. He is a terrific combination of policy wonk and political player. Would 
be an effective public face in the legislative campaign. Would be loyal, I believe. Actually thinks Barack's plan is 
terrific because it is both politically achievable and has the right structural elements. And Howard's a good 
manager. Picks good people. Doesn't micromanage. Listens. 

Second, I think he should be in the mix for Domestic Policy Adviser. (Is this an admission against interest?) He's 
enough of a policy wonk to make it work, and of course has political skills. Plus as governor he dealt with 
aspects of all of these issues. And through the DGA, was involved in a ton of federal policy debates. The other 
advantage of having him in the WH is that his breadth of interests and expertise beyond domestic policy would 
be useful around the senior staff table. That is, he'd be a useful kibbitzer on everything from Afghanistan to tax 
policy. 

In the sense of using his broad expertice, DPC would be better for Howard. But HHS would make better use of 
his strengths as a public persona. Then again, Stu Eizenstat was a pretty good outside face under Carter -- not 
so much Meet the Press, but plenty of speeches. Howard would also be able to help a lot with the complex 
politics of the domestic policy agenda from the WH. 

I hope this is helpful. Ciao. 


(personal email) 
Christopher Edley, Jr. 
Professor and Dean 
UC Berkeley Law School 


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From: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 2/14/2016 5:20:02 AM 

Subject: Re: 


Milia Fisher 
(858) 395-1741 

On Feb 14, 2016, at 12:19 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 

Yup 

On Sunday, February 14, 2016, Milia Fisher < mfisher@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Sorry to be slow here! According to the last shot in the video this was "created by a couple that think 
Hillary is awesome." 

What about something simple:: 

This is awesome: https://www.voutube.com/watch?v= 8Kbvllruso 

On Sun, Feb 14, 2016 at 10:24 AM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

Milia, let's tweet this. Adrienne, get our celebs to push around? 

Forwarded message 

From: Neera Tanden < ntanden@gmail.com > 

Date: Saturday, February 13, 2016 
Subject: 

To: John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com >, Jennifer Palmieri < jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com > 


this video is awesome. Did the campaign do it? 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 8Kbvllruso 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
mfisher@hillaryclinton.com 
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From: "Amanda Renteria" <arenteria@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Nikki Budzinski" <nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 6/16/2015 6:10:55 AM 

Subject: Re: Trade Update Today 


Called it - RECESS vote! 

On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 1 1 :34 AM, Nikki Budzinski < nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Hi everyone 

I thought it would be helpful to share what I'm hearing from labor on the Hill today with TAA/TPA and next 
steps. 

The House will call for a vote on the rule today at 1 :30pm, which if passed will punt the TAA issue thru to July 
30th. Labor and the Freedom Caucus (ring wing nuts) are whipping against the rule vote. As you know its 
very rare for a rule vote to fail. And if this rule vote fails to extend the issue to July 30th there is talk of a 
separate rule vote to "deem passed". This option would be pretty controversial, but is a option being 
discussed. 

The July 30th rule will likely pass today and when it passes the next set of discussions are around what 
vehicle will TAA be joined onto for final passsage. There are two possibilities being discussed: 1 . Highway 
bill, (which will make lobbying defeat very difficult for TAA/TPA opponents) 2. African Growth Opportunity Act 
(which would likely peal off CBC members). 

From what I've heard, when whatever in the House passes it will move back to the Senate where it will likely 
be difficult to avoid conference. 

Of course if the rule fails today, the pathway for TAA is very very difficult. 

I hope this is helpful. 

Nikki 


Nikki Budzinski 
Labor Outreach Director 
Hillary for America 
646-854-1442 (direct) 


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National Political Director 
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From: 

"Jennifer Palmier 1" <iennifer.m.palmieri@amail.com> 

To: 

"Robbv Mook" <robbvmook2015@amail.com> 


"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta@amail.com> 


"Kristina Schake" <kristinakschake@qmail.com> 

Date: 

2/27/2015 12:53:30 AM 

Subject: 

Fwd: FWIW 


Making some progress, at least getting help 
Sent from my iPhone 
Begin forwarded message: 

From: "Siewert. Jake" < Jake. Siewert@as.com > 

Date: February 26, 2015 at 9:42:30 PM EST 

To: '" jennifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com < jennifer.m.palmieri@gmail.com >, 
'" craia.minassian@clintonalobalinitiative.org < craia. minassian@clintonalobalinitiative.org > 
Subject: Fw: FWIW 


Original Message 

From: Siewert, Jake [EO] 

Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2015 09:40 PM Eastern Standard Time 
To: ' bwhite@politico.com ' < bwhite@politico.com > 

Subject: FWIW 

as a not entirely disinterested observer: 

"I'm probably missing the outrage gene but the whole Clinton Foundation saga seems like a story in search 
of a scandal. Apparently, the Clintons have created such an effective aid organization that result-oriented 
donors like the Gates Foundation and Bloomberg Philanthropy give them money to distribute to worthy 
causes and help poor people. More than 90 cents of every dollar raised goes to deliver aid in places like 
Haiti, Rwanda, and countries in desperate need. And apparently, some foreign countries without effective 
foreign aid organizations of their own choose to donate money to the Clinton programs rather than 
recreate the wheel. All in all, not a bad time for the press to be getting lathered up about a non-issue but 
seems like less here than meets the eye." 

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From: "Jared Polis" <jaredpolis@polisforconaress.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 2/23/2016 8:24:48 AM 

Subject: Let students earn college credit in high school 



John, 

In this new economy, it's absolutely essential that young people enter the workforce armed with the skills they 
need to succeed. That's why I'm rolling out what I believe are innovative and cost-saving plans to help lower the 
cost of higher education. 

Last week, I told you about my plan to lower the cost of textbooks with "open source textbooks." That plan would 
amount to real savings, especially when you consider that students can spend nearly $5000 over the course of 
a four year degree. 

Here's another idea: students should be able to earn college credit while in high school. This 
way, by the time the student arrives at their chosen school, they already have a leg up and don’t 
have to waste money on courses they’ve completed in high school. 

Dual enrollment, as it's called, has the potential to save students a lot of money by allowing them to focus on 
classes most applicable to the profession or field they've chosen to pursue and allow them to complete a year or 
two of college AT NO COST to them. 

This kind of progress is never easy. That's why I need your support to turn these ideas into action and continue 
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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Chris Lu" <clu@barackobama.com> 

Date: 8/7/2008 2:36:19 PM 

Subject: Re: hiring moves/operations update 


Did you ever talk to jake sullivan? 


On 8/7/08, Chris Lu <clu@barackobama.com> wrote: 

> John - Just wanted to give you a heads-up on some of the hiring that 

> I've done this week. 

> 

> 

> 

> Cassandra, Melody, and I are all on payroll now. I've also hired two 

> research assistants: Blake Roberts and Mike Mongan. Blake is a Harvard 

> Law School graduate, 4th Circuit clerk, and has been volunteering for 

> the campaign policy staff. Mike just finished clerking for Justice 

> Souter. Both of them are going to start cataloguing policy promises, 

> first the big four (energy, health care, economy, and national security) 

> and then work their way through the other ones. I also am looking at a 

> woman, Desiree Pipkins, who is the research director at the NAACP Legal 

> Defense Fund. Cassandra recommended her. 

> 

> 

> 

> I've talked to Ryan Cunningham, who was Jim Johnson's assistant in 2004, 

> to come on in a mid- level role. Don and Melody could use him on the 

> agency team, and Ryan handles energy issues for Glover Park, so he could 

> staff that policy group, as well as pitch in on economy and national 

> security (if necessary). There are also a couple of projects that cut 

> across different working groups like the personnel database and website 

> that could use some coordination. And he could help me manage things in 

> general. 

> 

> 

> 

> I've run the budget numbers, and we're well within our $300K budget 

> (we're actually at about $275K), even with a lot of padding on the 

> travel budget. The campaign is picking up our lease costs which has 

> freed up a good amount of money. 

> 

> 

> 

> On the operations front, we've convened the working group with Betsy 

> Myers, Brad Kiley, and Katy Kale (Sherrod Brown's office manager). Brad 

> and Katy are coming with me tomorrow to meet with GSA. 

> 

> 

> 

> 

> 

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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Matthew Browne" <browne mj@hotmail.com> 

Date: 9/20/2015 8:23:24 AM 

Subject: Re: Corbyn & European Visitors 


Yes for sure. Mostly like to see you. 

On Sunday, September 20, 2015, Matthew Browne < browne mj@hotmail.com > wrote: 

John - 

Greetings from UK, where things have gone from bad to worse with Labour. The whole Corbyn thing is 
surreal, weirder still that DeBlasio's team have been keen to establish contact between the two.... 

I'm back in New York next week, if you are around. A number of our friends are also coming through for 
UNGA, and would be keen to meet you. I've connected you with Helle (who is running for UNHCR post), but 
Irina Bukova (head of UNESCO, running for UN Sec Gen post) and Federica Mogherini (High Rep) would also 
be keen to see you. Let me know if you'd be interested in connecting with them. Can connect their office's with 
Milia if so. 

Hope all is well with you., and look forward to catching up soon. 

M 


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From: "Antonio weiss" <weisstonio@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 5/16/2015 5:27:20 AM 

Subject: Dinner 


Dear John and Mary, 

Thank you for a truly wonderful evening. Great company and delicious food. (Calling it a home cooked meal 
somehow does not do it justice!) Ancestral investigations to be continued... 

We hope to reciprocate soon in NY or DC. 

As ever, 

Antonio and Susannah 


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From: "Huma Abedin" <ha16@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 10/31/2015 3:05:06 AM 

Subject: Re: FINAL: Longshoremen endorsement/organizing event tomorrow 


The line is weird. We can cross off version we have in car. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 31 , 201 5, at 9:53 AM, Dan Schwerin < dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


We're on our way to event now. Tough to change unless really urgent. I'd say there's a relatively low 
chance of her sticking to these remarks anyway. But let me know and I'll try to intercept if needed. 


On Oct 31 , 2015, at 9:51 AM, Maya Harris < mharris@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


Megan, has event already happened? 


On Sat, Oct 31 , 201 5 at 9:49 AM, Joel Benenson < jbenenson@bsaco.com > wrote: 

Am I the only one who that strikes as odd? I think people equate civil rights with the civil rights movement and I'm 
just a little worried that using that for the right to organize may strike some people as an overreach or equating 
the struggle of unions with the struggle for justice for African Americans. 


Maybe I'm overthinking this but it just hit me as a bit off this morning. 


From: Nikki Budzinski [mailto: nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com ] 

Sent: Saturday, October 31, 2015 9:41 AM 
To: Joel Benenson 

Cc: Megan Rooney; Speech Drafts; Clay Middleton; Speech Book 
Subject: Re: FINAL: Longshoremen endorsement/organizing event tomorrow 


No she hasn't. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 31 , 2015, at 8:38 AM, Joel Benenson < jbenenson@bsaco.com > wrote: 
Sorry I know this is a final. 

Has she said before that "the right to organize is a civil right?" 


From: speechdrafts@hillaiyclinton.com [mailto:speechdrafts@hillaryclinton.com 1 On Behalf Of Megan Rooney 
Sent: Saturday, October 31, 2015 8:50 AM 


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Subject: FINAL: Longshoremen endorsement/organizing event tomorrow 


This is final. Regular and large versions attached. Thanks. 


On Fri, Oct 30, 2015 at 8:40 PM, Megan Rooney < mrooney@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
This is ready for the book. Thanks. 


On Fri, Oct 30, 2015 at 7:47 PM, Megan Rooney < mroonev@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 

Hi all — here's a draft for tomorrow in Charleston. This is kind of a hybrid event -- it's got a 
labor angle, but there will be a bigger audience there, and SC would like her to talk more 
broadly about the campaign. 


So this starts with a strong labor message at the start. Then it goes into the stump. There's a 
bit in there about Charleston and guns. Otherwise, a lot of this should look familiar to all of 
you. Perhaps more importantly, it tracks with what she's been saying recently so it'll look 
familiar to her. 


I've got to get this to the book soon so please send me edits as soon as you can. 


Many thanks. 


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From: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 5/18/2015 9:57:27 AM 

Subject: Re: Dan Abraham 


Flagged Zachary's resume for our intern coordinator, Jaclyn. Let her know that we should find him a place in NY 
for this summer. Copied you, Eryn. 

Thanks! 

On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 4:56 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

+Milia 


On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 4:55 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 
+Milia 


On Mon, May 1 8, 201 5 at 4:09 PM, Eryn Sepp < e ryn.sepp@amail.com > wrote: 

Done. He's hoping for New York. 

On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 4:07 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

Can you call Zachary and see what he's looking for--Dc or Nyc or field for campaign so I can see where 
to direct him 

Forwarded message 

From: Karen Shumilla < kshumilla@beachcap.net > 

Date: Monday, May 18, 2015 
Subject: Dan Abraham 

To: " John.podesta@amail.com " < John. podesta@amail.com > 


Good morning Mr. Podesta! 


I hope you had a great weekend! 


Danny asked me to email you about his friend’s son, Zachary Samuel Griff, who was inquiring about the 
possibilities of an internship this coming Summer. 


I’m sure he would be very happy with anything... 


I know you are so busy, so thank you so much for even taking a look! 


Have an amazing day! 


Karen 


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Eryn M. Sepp 
Cell: 818-456-2881 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
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Date: 

Subject: 


"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Tina Flournoy" <Tina@presidentclinton.com> 

2/18/2014 2:12:00 PM 

Re: MailOnline :: Aide who accused Bill Clinton of groping her in White House claims 'Hillary Clinton 
IS the war on women ... she enabled his behavior' 


Well, this certainty shows an organized assault. 

JP 

--Sent from my iPad-- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@amail.com 

On Feb 17, 2014, at 9:49 PM, Tina Flournoy < Tina@presidentclinton.com > wrote: 
Saw it last night and ignored it 


From: Cheryl Mills f mailtoxhervl. mills@qmail.com 1 
Sent: Monday, February 17, 2014 09:33 PM 

To: John Podesta < iohn. podesta@amail.com >; Bruce Lindsey < brucerlindsey@aol.com >; Tina Flournoy 

Subject: MailOnline :: Aide who accused Bill Clinton of groping her in White House claims 'Hillary Clinton IS the war on women ... she 

enabled his behavior' 

Aide who accused Bill Clinton of groping her in White House claims 'Hillary Clinton IS the 
war on women ... she enabled his behavior' 

Kathleen Willey claims President Clinton forced himself on her in a study near the Oval Office in 1993, 
insists that Hillary 'enabled his behavior' and then conducted a campaign to discredit her. 

Full Story: 

http://www.dailvmail.co.uk/news/article-2561378/Bubba-arope-accuser-savs-Hillarv-Clinton-IS-war- 

women-Just-pack-baas-Youve-15-minutes.html 

MailOnline 


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T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 10/13/2012 7:30:07 AM 

Subject: President Clinton 




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From: "Heiner Koppermann" <heiner.koppermann@swarmworks.com> 

T o: podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu 

Date: 5/1 1/2015 7:36:50 AM 

Subject: State-of-the Art Technologies and Formats for Citizen & Voter Mobilisation 


Dear Mr. Podesta, 


I am writing to you in your role as Chair of the Hillary Clinton Campaign as well as Founder of the Center for American 
Progress. 

My name is Heiner Koppermann and I am the CEO of SwarmWorks, Inc., a company specializing in developing and 
deploying state-of-the-art technologies to constructively involve every individual in even very large live meetings. 

I believe that we could make a very signifiant contribution to engaging and mobilizing audiences in the context of the 
campaign you are chairing as well as the CAP. 

Using our technologies, we have supported numerous international large corporate and citizen conventions and made it 
possible that otherwise passive participants can actively contribute to the conference by asking questions, identifying their 
most burning issues, jointly developing ideas, engaging in a dialogue with speakers and much more. 

That way, our products offer several applications to overcome the wide and growing disconnect between regular 
people and the political class. 

If you are interested to further discuss what is possible using our technologies and formats, please let me know and we 
can arrange for a live demonstration of our capabilities. 


Some relevant highlights: 

In 2013, together with a political party in Germany, we developed and ran the world’s largest interactive citizens’ 
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"Dan Schwerin" <dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Speech Drafts" <speechdrafts@hillaryclinton.com> 
8/13/2015 7:24:44 PM 
Re: Wing Ding 

2015-08-13 Wing Ding - 1030pm. docx 


Sharing my latest Wing Ding draft. I'm planning on making a few tweaks to the Iran section and looking to cut 
several hundred words, which I don't think will be tough. On first blush, HRC is liking this more than before, but 
we'll see. 

Thanks 

Dan 

On Thu, Aug 13, 2015 at 4:20 PM, Dan Schwerin < dschwerin@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

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From: "Neera Tanden" <ntanden@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"John Podesta" <jp66@hillaryclinton.com> 
Date: 2/9/2016 6:58:01 AM 

Subject: Corruption agenda 


A government not for the rich and powerful but accountable to you is the best frame from our research. 

1 no one from Wall Street will serve in her admin 

2. End the legalized bribery today. If you take a campaign contribution and change a law because of that, go to 
jail. She has never done that. No one else should either. 

3. End practice of revolving door of members or anyone in admin. 5 yr bans maybe. I don't know what it is now. 
If you regulate an industry, can't go in to it later if you work for her. All will sign a pledge. 


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From: podesta.mary@amail.com 

T o: "Mae Podesta" <mpodesta@amail.com> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 
Date: 3/20/2016 10:26:28 AM 

Subject: Fwd: What are Easter plans? 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: Tony Podesta < podesta@podesta.com > 
Date: March 20, 2016 at 4:02:46 PM EDT 
To: Mary Podesta < podesta. mary@gmail.com > 
Subject: What are Easter plans? 


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From: JStocks@nea.org 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 10/29/2008 6:39:12 AM 

Subject: Re: May I have five minutes 


I return to DC on Election Day after three weeks on the ground in Colorado. 

I would like to go to breakfast with you and Karen White, our poltical director, to get your advice as to how we 
should approach the transition. As you know we have a new president of NEA who is wanting to seriously 
transform public education during his next six years. 

If I can be useful to you? 

I have played major roles in two transitions for statewides in Wisconsin. Personnel and State Budget. Led a team 
to review state agency appointed personnel and make changes. Worked on revenue projections and budget 
introduction. 

Can we schedule something the election week? 


John Stocks 

Deputy Executive Director 
National Education Association 
202-822-7523 

Sent from my GoodLink Wireless Handheld (www.good.com) 

Original Message 

From: john.podesta@gmail.com [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com] 

Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2008 12:03 PM Eastern Standard Time 
To: Stocks, John [NEA] 

Subject: Re: May I have five minutes 

Of. Course 

Original Message 

From: John Stocks 
To: john.podesta@gmail.com 
Sent: Oct 29, 2008 9:49 AM 
Subject: May I have five minutes 

To talk about post election. 


John Stocks 

Deputy Executive Director 
National Education Association 
202-822-7523 

Sent from my GoodLink Wireless Handheld (www.good.com) 

Only the individual sender is responsible for the content of the 
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From: "Ervn Sepp" <eryn.sepp@gmail.com> 

To: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 4/10/2015 2:06:37 PM 

Subject: Fwd: All Staff Orientation 

Attachments: mime-attachment.ics 

Staff Orientation AgendaFINAL.docx 


FYI for the all staff call tomorrow morning. You don't have to be on, and you're not on the agenda, but at least 
wanted you to have it. Milia and I will be on. 

Eryn M. Sepp 
Cell: 818-456-2881 

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From: Marisa McAuliffe < mmcauliffe@hrcoffice.com > 

Date: April 10, 2015 at 8:41:52 PM EDT 

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" chris.walloch@gmail.com " < chris. walloch@gmail.com >, " ervn.sepp@gmail.com " 

< e ryn.sepp@gmail.com > 

Cc: HRC events <62g j 15vep8fkdo27bda2o44uh4@group.calendar.google.com >, "Gene Martin" 

< gene. p.martin@gmail.com >, Katie Dowd < katie. w.dowd@gmail.com >, "Oren Shur" 

< shur@dga.net > 

Subject: All Staff Orientation 


Hi all - looking forward to the team meeting tomorrow at 10:00am ET! The agenda is attached and for those dialing in, the 
conference line is 877-341-2677. Let me know if you have any questions. 

Reminder that this is an internal document and number so not to be shared - thanks! 

Best, 

Marisa 

813-480-9370 (c) 


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From: "Sandler. Herbert" <hms@sandlerfoundation.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 10/26/2015 2:12:45 PM 

Subject: RE: Fwd: 


Hooray for John. 

From: John Podesta [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com] 

Sent: Monday, October 26, 2015 2:02 PM 
To: Sandler, Herbert 
Subject: Fwd: 

See below re WCEG. 

Forwarded message — — 

From: Molly McUsic < mcusic@wyssfoundation.org > 

Date: Monday, October 26, 2015 
Subject: 

To: "John Podesta (iohn.podesta@gmail.com )" <iohn.podesta@gmail.com > 

Arkadi and I have both talked to Neera. She didn’t kill us. I assured her this was not a competitor and it would not affect 
her funding. Hopefully that helped. 

Thank you again for coming to the meeting. Babbitt told me on the way home he had planned to vote against the equitable 
growth grant but you persuaded him otherwise. Thank you. 



THE WYSS FOUNDATION 

Molly McUsic | President 
The Wyss Foundation 

1601 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 800 j Washington, DC 20009 
Phone: 202-232-4418 Ext. 12 | Fax: 202-232-4419 
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From: "Chris Harris" <chris.p.harris@amail.com> 

T o: biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

Date: 4/27/2010 3:33:06 AM 

Subject: [big campaign] The GOP's Bad News Day: Headlines from across the U.S. 


http://mediamattersaction.ora/bloa/201004270001 


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•if Wil Sltrrt, RepuHkxi* 
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*mt tkawko an perwAg 
tiW> actum atul laAltng oU! 
for Mlcf pr« < return «4 Utpay- 
cr> imiiut tlr rwrwc* .if 
<bv *ir«*. 

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Wall Street it a uafly tlut 
•land. apaiU (anon and ter- 
ncvK.’ old Senate Majority 


LeaJrr Harry Real. I>Nev . 
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thr Ital niinir in a prluiarn- 
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«w KryuWk jiiv 

Senate Republican lei Jtr 
Mitch McCoanrll of Krn- 
lorU. fur bat pact, *akl tW 
COP tu uphill the mo- 
turn to begin debate because 

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FINANCIAL OVERHAUL 

GOP delays action on bank controls 


( imipromisc hill is in works that may 
be voted on by the end of the week 

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TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 2010 


GOP blocks Wall St. overhaul 


Democrats hope public ratchets up pressure 

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tartfinf nw cvntral* on kwbl 
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<4ak-f**hthr battel krepinK b'cpocla 
xmi l4k* tlbc. 

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-WK too. bid th <1 «*• M » flUIK-O 
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that a bill %riS uhifTUlrly p>». 

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| rival kvitk ckan-r Ihxi * ivrfilil 
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and, ilir hrahi caac, it* pcrvfajpr 


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rM» nl ihr cuunU) afawd mi forty. 

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pedrical Orattgy. mmI <*hrr* rrviy 
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can oiler duM nirm or kill it 4tw 
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GOP blocks Wall St. overhaul 


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*v** m<* svrtrnh iei financial 
insrltiiVio* *i»*T the Orta* Ihpre** 

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Democrats hope public ratchets up pressure 


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bean*. 

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ij a tetfhliMVT bah< kteyityt hfuiti- 
•uo laO.0 Jn-r. 

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mtlut «a maMr han lo call fcM a 
new uty a* rob ** fc-ljy . 

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lerwuir Mil Ihr Wrtl «4 a W a3 
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rvrtldoo*. Senate mrAOlHn Wi 


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And V WM *dtvtd) dha»t«*M«r 


and «r»el Vnator* to pul dac- intrr- 
«-*(« mi thr o •untry ahead «4 forty. 

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few that Ih* ob»lftKtmn i* a pied 
IMhlkal Mnikity. and idhtr* may 
*er drily a* an i« 9 >« 1 unily to likr 
ihi* ekbatr behind cIm*I dounc. 
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nn*jlii<k«*niiiBi«Ulil all.r- 
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'Ifcat the .WrVan ion*- cant ad- 
knJ that.* 

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McOmnHI *«eigbl lo rally hi* *fo 


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FOUR 

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3 LUSD hopefuls 
throw hats in ring 
for Nov. election 

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SENATE SETBACK 


Democrats push bank controls; GOP delays action 


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Both sides in 
immigration 
light criticize 
Washington 

Inaction Ity (jongrra* 
for mnlkint! 
Aruniu law possible 

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A lesson on Independence 

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overhaul 

blocked 

by gop 


voncs i.u:kin<; 

TO START DEBATE 

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Suburbs trail l).C. in fighting AIDS, stuch says 


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mt petals* Senate tot gw aaee federal 
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Court disqualifies 
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BUSINESS 

Judge uyi Wal-Mart 
lawwit can proceed 

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courts, panel Is told 

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Audit cites ‘good faith’ in crime data 


GOP 


Cih report finds figures 
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Tuesday, Amu. 27 . 2010 — 


ATHENS RESIDENT 

Friends: 
Armed 
Ohio man 
harmless 

Arrest at airport 
Obama was at 
puts Ohioan in jail 

By Jot* Jimun 

t*< 0CWWKA9SMX* 

Aj» Ohio nun uretird 
Sunday vitth 0 gun neat 
where the president was 
boordtag AM Forte Oar In 
North Caiulina is a harm 
Ira, II wvrmloin, inlBc 
safrty ini ham 

Uln rniktniM, acquaint- 
antes say. 

losrph Scan McVry. ZX o I 
Ailtetvs. Is bring ht*l im a 
$100,000 bond in AshrsUle. 
NXl. where a judge set his 
nest <wut datr lor Nnr 10. 

McVry was at rested on a 
midrmrjim chargr cd 
'going armed In Irtror cd 
(be pwfefac* alt re a icrurtty 
officer noticed ham with a 
gun In a patting M ol the 
Ashes Vte Regional Airport 
McVry itpwttsBy sold teoi 
rity oflkrts be wanted to 
see (he paotdmt 

A non who answered tht 
door yvsireday at the ad- 
dress julhoeities pit for 
Mc\Yy In Coshocton sad he 
had iso tomuH-eit Friends 
and rrlachrs cay McVcy hat 
since notnl to Athens 

The 200S graduate of 
Mm View School to 
Warsaw in Coshocton 
County Is known locally for 
h*s lose uf amateur radio 
and his association with 
vafwntrcrs who perform 
traffic control duties foe law 
enforcement and emergen 
cy personnel, 

Tint Wise, president of the 
local Radio Fmcrgency 
Association Oaten Tram, or 
REACT, said IMfcV km 
been a member o I the 
group saner June ?0C*. Al- 
ifotgji chib memlieet are 
alcMxd to base amber 



Ready to fire up the Weber? 

Well, hold onto your briquettes 
and reach for your wallet. Turns out that 
increased ethanol production, higher 
corn prices, and smaller hog and cattle herds 
are pushing up the price of meat. Way up. 



SENATE VOTE 

For now, 
financial 
fix hits 
GOP wall 

Republicans take risk. 
(Inlay drbatr on reform 

By Jan" Kook 

aCU9*WKtU(K 

WAMH-V.tON — Senate Repuh 
(leans united yesterday to delay debate 
on IrgiUaUcm that would make Ihe 
most far-teochlng changes in Muta- 



tion 


* CoKm* But the impasse 

laces huk might be short -in cd 

tract Al became bcblnd-the- 

scenes negcmations 

among Democrats and 
Rcpiiblacans aae aiming to cttol a com- 
promise that could win segiport fiom 
Nelson and some Republicans pee 
hap* by the end of the week 

Yesterday s vote was largely political 
thrjter Democrats beboe the COP 
will end up looking like obstructionist 
fronds of Wail Street Repcabiacaass 
wHcomcd the chance to present 
Ihrniscisrs as ptvtrniuig hasty action 
and holding out for better pcotcctlon 
of taapayrrs against the ruran of 
higfvl)ylng financiers. 

‘A pwt> (hat stands srilh Wall Street 
It • party that stands against tun Jits 

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TUESDAY, Apil 21, silo .. c WWW.OHIO.COM ?lc 


NBA PLAYOFFS Game 5: Bulls at Cavs 8 p.m. Today TV: TNT, FSOhio 


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like Alyssa Kraus 



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Chinese 
accused 
of vast 
trade in 
organs 

Harvests come 
from religious 
dissidents 


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Filibuster stalls financial-reform bill 



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from big bairn bailouts 


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act. calling 
for changes 


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Arkansas* Newspaper 


(gazette 

Cw<r < »■) »* 


Primed at Little Rock * April 27. 2010 


ArkjnsasOnline.com 


52 Pa^cs ♦ 8 Sections 


In the news 

■ Jos* Tem porno . Hra* 

nT* health mirntwr. recom- 
mended »nwd rrmcJin 
for I hr lUfiofoY kugh-Nrcxl- 
pee*uiee jxv/«Wrx, including 
ilinory. j bcjltky diet, reg- 
ular Mood- pressure check* 
ml mo nr u-x. with 

protection ukvioujy.' 

■ Michael Bloomberg. 
New Yoikijty't nu)«, *a*J 
I* S*hJ companies, includ- 
ing III. I Ida/ Ca, Ki-.ft 
hmh Inc. and SurtukK 
wil commit to the sohan- 
Ut) National Salt ftrduc- 
tkm Initumc. a public pri- 
vate partnership inrtvwed by 
New York CSty, » put of .-i 
nLiilon.il effort to reduce 
Americans* c odium con* 
uunflini by 20 percent. 

■ Dr. I Khan Wan* 44. 
K.i\ been charged with mur- 
der. attempted murder and 
faurmudnuo drr Hraiv- 
forcl tU»nn. pcfwr say he to- 
tally Oh* Yale Unise-rMt) x 
l>r. VaiinJcr loor ini fknJ 
at Tuo*\ pregnant »dr, 

■ Michael Black, a mem- 
ber of the OgtalaSawi tribe 
is South Dakota and lory 
time Interior Department 
official. has been named 
director the Bureau of In* 
dun Affiirx where he h« 
wntd as acting director 
vince March IK 

■ loiuthan Slcv In. ptevi- 
dent and pubhvhcr of The 
Wiuhinj(ton finft since 
October, n (raving the pa- 
per. atm* in a letter to col* 
league* conflict* between 
him and the two-perxon 
board of director* that he 
vatd had been playing an 
"intmtice role" in day-to- 
day jfliirv vince February. 

■ Omar al -Bashir pro* 
fcJent of Sudan who came 
to power 21 yean ago in a 
rnditaiy coop, w on another 
term in oflke with 60 per- 
tent of more than K> mill in 
vifcl NiBotvcavi in an ckv- 



SrMle Ditlig Coanlttrr Oouman Ovntcp^er Dodd (ngM>. D-Com . and the dXTwr.tiea'* 
radon g Ragufocarc Son Hctond Snatiy o I Afotxirva erranp from a modryj on Cop tot HR n 
WasUngton <r> Monday oOeod ot a toot veto lot 6m frioncu! -cwnfeaul bfl. 

Senate Republicans stall 
finance-overhaul debate 


AIM IUNR1A 
uuNw r*jiooiv.<~vrm 

WASI I IN< .TON — Refuh- 
licanv defeated an attempt Co 
proceed with a brood finan- 
cial regulation ovethawl on 
Monday. 

A l vo Monday Democrat \ 
attached to the measure pro- 
tMw by Sen. Blanche l in- 
coln, D-Artu to rein in derm* 
live* tradiry 

The vote on the motion 


to proceed to the overhaul 
bill won 57- R. not enough to 
clear the mjuired there -fdthv 
«»f the Senate b> begin debate 
on the legHlalion Nebraska 
Demon at Sen. Ben Nelson 
word with jil of the Rrpuhh- 
can*. So dad Majority I coder 
I Liny Real of Nevada, but his 
sxite wav purely procedural 
— Reid's "no" vote allows 
him to bring the bill hack up 
as early os today 


Over the weekend. Demo- 
crats and Republican* on the 
Senate Hankietg Committee 
wad they weie near a deal on 
a bill .limed at eliminating the 
need for future taxpayer tail* 
outufhjrfo 

Minority leader Mitch 
McCocmcQ of Kentucky ud 
Republicans voted against 
the Ml because those nego- 
tiations broke down, lie said 
SorOYEAMAUl >age *A 


Class action 
upheld in loss 
for Wal-Mart 

Retailer to go to high court 
over sex-discrimination suit 


SlACfY ROW* IS 
Attu-vw auuourcurm 
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will 
avk the U.S Surer me Cuuit 
to review a federal op^alt 
court's decision Monday to 
uphold c U\. m tmn mim 
for whjt is the largest sex- 
diver imi nation lawsuit in 
United Stares history 

lawyers for the IWnlon- 
v tile -based discount rctiicr 
said daring a conference call 
Monday Uut the Supreme 
Court could hear the review 
» early as the 611 

1 to 9th LL&. Circuit Court 
if Apevah in San Front beta 
issued a 6-5 ruling Monday 
stating that women who how 
worked for Wal-Mart since 
2001 can be port of a single 
class action regarding the 
disc rim mat ion claims. 

Hetty Duke v « Wad- Mart 
greeter in Ihttsbuig Calif, 
first filed suit with five co- 
workers in 2001. and a fed- 
eral judge certified it a* a 
clan* action in 2004. 

A three- judge panel up- 
held that rufcf« >» 2007. but 
Wal-Mart % appeal sent it to 
the 11-jnJbre panel 

I to lawsuit claims that the 
comp aery paid women kss 
than men for the some jobs 
and did M give women the 
same opportunities for pro- 
morion as men. If axwvU 
the twk could vost Ok- wvhUv 
largest retailer billtoov 
Ito 9th Circuit opinion 


said the Jixtrict cuurt acted 
within its authurity in find- 
ing that it would be morv 
productive to hoodie some 
puls of the suit In a class jc- 
tion rather than clngyrkng the 
courts with innumerable in- 
dividual suits based on simi- 
Lit legO points 

A dissenting opinion 
stated that there was no evi- 
dence to b:r»J an initial 1.5 
tnilion plaintiffs lit a lityk- 
icgil clunk 

hlgSnlaUkuUwTOlr 
the dissent- 
ing dec Kina, 
stating that 
“never before 
has such a 
low bar been 
set for certi- 
fy ing such a 
gargantuan 
clwk" 

Tto class 
certification that departs 
from the rules for class-ac- 
tion suits ignores Supreme 
Court mandates and prece- 
dent* and neglects the itffits 
of deforciants, she wrote. 

ihc suit. Dukes v. Wul- 
Murt Stores l»*c.. initially 
v.nght to certify female em- 
ploy res of thccMiifuny bark 
to December I99R 

la the decision released 
Monday the 9th Circuit slid 
the district courts could re- 
consider whether ranilhv 
damages and the claims of 

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The deaths of six people along a stretch of highway in Cambridge. Minn., leases 
a community with heartache and investigators with many unanswered questions 


overhaul 


8y Maricdla Mrandi 
and Jesska Firming 

kawrhni 

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Taykc Nrtrcl scatuevd pub tlinitqr 

kto (Uiwvrs Irft at I hr wr of the arcs 
Ant that kiftd her Mtw. 

Tkytar imrawid the boupace* «ant 
by iwum-n Into the gunkiib on a 
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cinch Wl to the arms *4 a Initv hue hr 
drh.VOrl 

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to*» M brawn Ual II luuil roafb Ut her 
gC cut la< Tower. HyVCi rwUt 
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■ny iChvrs who .1**1 la a hud on two 
srtdcfo eraih iurt> SkonUy mrmtr^ <a 
MinnrwiCi 96 near Count) Kcsid ».Thrcv 
of I hr A -a I wrrr I.vtcceitv I hr Uvtsag*- 
drtur cf one *f the cars nrniH.1 hw|i 
utimt at Hrtuus rend nan 
.WEbnks Win- still imvdteninc the 
odhsum. tut carl) crt&fkv p«»i» to 
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The (our OMwngiri in this 19M hentiM C.and Am wwe fofod. Th*y *r»r. 



Republicans hold out for 
changes as Democrats 
keep up the pressure 

ByOnLiM Kfruwhwn 

.Sr* ttai fimrs 


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uetCcd hi cffusitkYi to the IXmxraU' 
IrgbLmei to IttfsTCr. m»Ltkm M th- 
nrvirvktl syMem wCsd Mnttlo' to l*>rk 
Ihc MU from nrrc-fctng thelkur fcrdikrte 
.. Ml Mid fei Dm '• I A hM litfi 
rundlnitk os for the ciwaano' and for 
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nukerm dntkns 

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the most lorraKfotg overhaul «f 
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Senate Democrats Push Bank Controls; GOP Stalls 


Vote fails (o support 
regulatory overhaul, 
lx it now tally could 
(tune today. 

by JIU KUMMXKN 

«** AVVXU'W m\s 

WASHINGTON Un 
Iwninl by a Sciuv y'lu<k 
IJinwcwi appeared inen-as 
ingly cunft«k-n: Monday they 
w rfl be aMe to fa ke advant age 


at American*' anger a* Wall 
Strwt and to path *hrv»/;h the 
anovt vwerpirg nc* con*rul\ 
cai financial im?ir.it*ontfcincc 
•h<- On * - Dcpreutori. 

The Sena*. in a 57 4 1 'oCtw 
failed to |tct the 40 v.ipport 
ttt needed to proceed on 
tint regulatory o-.rrtix.il One 
DeaMrat, Sen. Ben S'dw* 
at Nebraska, joaned with the 
Ib'P'jblkaaiv 

Ibi? the i:scn«ng wtr w«t 
j*M part of a kgnlrf h « bal let 
feeing bipar&an talk* alnc. 
At the end. Senate Majority 


l.eadcr llarry Held v* itched 
his vote 9o “na>~ too, b.r that 
w« j-jvt a maaaavcr tk« will 
enable hun to caB for a new 
taty at tally at today. 

fhcmocrat* thank that pub 
Ik ore » ire and the tear, of 
a Wall Street tcandal hate 
given them the upper hand, 
fepubiacans t henvtfcs kite 
talcnuptleOciKicnitN'Wdl 
Street bathing rhetoric and 
ltd Itpd tbtt l MB 
will ultimately pats, In that 

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Louisville. Kentucky courier-journal.com 


TUESDAY. APRIL 27. 2010 USfSBSMJ 


^ K I- N T U C K V 1) I-, K B X I 3 0 

Hopefuls keeping 
CLOSE EYE ON BOREL 



GOP blocks 
debate on 
finance bill 


Deal still likely 
after test vote 


WASHINGTON - Smart Re- 


niHcim 
Nock deb* 


k debate on Icpslaticn Out 
wvukJ rruke the meat far-reach- 
ing change* in financial inAmay 
nrpubrkxi liner the Carat IV- 



Thc nmv timed hi yeoha- 
ht> iavxtY Ksofi a hil Otat h» been 
prvy»-lk'd by tome pibtir aenti- 
nut to crack down on Will 
Street 

The S7-g voce Ruikrd the Tint 


WHAT'S NUT 

It key cemmtte* leaden can reach 
a bowtrVM dr JL it* Voter p*oba 
bfi ute jnodtot *ct* cn 
abtthrr to open thr lormg tfrbter 
TV pare! Iradm jar dan Uady to 
by to put hot* on dehjto aid 
iT M t b wrv hit tlepwra n 
wperted »* laic amt of May 

MOM 

GoMnua Sjchs offiewfe to trtlTy 
bNore Oonpm on Tuttday. A3 


KohrpiblicimtvttidlbrihriKv 
rim bo begin debate on the bill: 60 
w*n were mdrd to ml OOP 
a taciici ami am the a 


Bat che impasse nuy be thou- 


dciayifw cac 
tuctolhcS 


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C «.■*--•- Tuesday, April 27, 2010 ★ Locally Owned & I iulc|x*t ulent Since 2006 ★ 7 5 cents 


A day of drama on eve of Inquirer auction 


K. Ilf pp 

INDIUM »l»jr »klTtX 

In a dijr of dranutK t»w« .md 
sharp cuhanf» t in the Philadelph i a 
Ntwipipcn I_1_C- bankruptcy cjk, 
M «« mmkoI Monday ihx Ray- 
mond Ci. JVnrlnvtn and Rwuld O. l\r- 
ciraan. n Philadelphia falfor and son 
®f wealth and nnwn. had yxixd the 
food mtrttai bidding (• ma the 
Kwipifcr eompany. 


IVrvlmans iui<Ud financial might to local investors’ bid as 
Buritfe bowed out. Crr<li tors' plan: 4.500 fired, eome to be 
rchired. Futures of Daily News and Phillycont also are at stake. 


Tbc tautest moment c.imc in a bear- 
ing before U.S. Bankruptcy Judge 
Stephen Rulnsik when the local to 
*«t«l us! another fodder, the I arr- 
est holder* id the ernnpamy** debt, 
hod a pmiHM in it* bid to CtrmtnaCc 


the company's wwWcwc mi rujuut 
employee* <° reapply for their /ih*. 
A lawyer for the Mtxe lenders 

^ it-. .• idaStM •mi!.. . mi 

pieaMc." Another fcroyrr represent- 
ng the wmcvsited cttdun auated 


the provision m oaOy tbc starting 
petnt for IbUh on staffing kvtl* and 
compensation 

An attorney wnlvnl uid well pro- 
uiutn are common in bankruptcy 
cate* and Kaslavvh Ukkalcd noth- 
ing in the local group's prcfseoa) pre- 
cluded that poMifobty. 

the lSwvvh bankruptcy process 
w«i to it* most critical stage Tlx*- 
See NfWSWPCItS a A10 


CowraKO, A10-1 1 

■ Carvadun ha* bastwd 
foggs* pUyrr* bolero 

■ Raymond PofoVrwv 
92. orobraco* oppoUnly 

■ Owfet a poco fo t |0«rtj 
b*d by major ctedAon. 

■ Sontten iMd 


Building 
freeze set 
in East 
Jerusalem 


The do facto notion could 
mend US. -Israeli tine and 
boost peace talks. Imt also 
him Netanyahu at home. 

H> Amy Tribe! 

JLKINALKM - lif.it li Prime 
Minuter Benjamm Netanyahu ha* 
cffrvtncty fruuen new Jewish con- 
w rut ton m East Jciuuktn. munio- 
tT*l official* Mid Mernday. reflect - 
«nx the need to mead a ftervou* nil 
with the United Stale* and get Mid- 
cn»t peace talk* hock o© track. 

Tbc mine oxbc* despite Nctia 
)ihik repeated amttin that he 
would never halt nxitlmctom ia 
Kn*t Jeniukm imJ rtohs angering 
hard-liner* m his piivnumiiL 
Mill the dr facto frevac appeared 
to offer the promise of revivmg 
peace efforts derated after tiracl an- 
» iirxxd plan* for a m-iyir Jewish 
biusing dcucbpmcti during a visit 
list month by Ike fodder* »*kn 
That «« 'ff tfo west US.-leracb 
Jtpkminc dnpvne in decade* - and 
kd the ltdestmam to call cdf a neve 
nanl if L'-N -brokered poor idk* 
The «pnc< halong <d Fast Jcvu sa- 
lon bousing approval* ccaseide* 
vrjfo «p» th.it thne toll* are about 
to move ahead. Piilcsttnun ,Vjlh>nty 
President Mahmud Abba* igniloi 
kforeloy fwtheva ready to Karl 
■fejtRdblbMbbneldcrwcb 
M 10 (AST m At 2 


INSIDE 

srofnrs 

IVnn athlete is found dead 

IVbcv suspect ivi foul play m death 
of football star Owen Then a*. 01. 

BUSINESS 

Airpurt lists im Itdimkg' 

Philadclphu i* one of 14 site* to 
try XcxtGcn. which use* CPS. Cl. 


A $12 MILLION VIEW 



A mHH condo at I7M (W r it n tM Square Street overtook* Sou*h folatfefp-c- a The Si 2 44 m.hon pj.-j 
1«r the perAx-.no by a money manager and Hs w*fo n *># highest ever for a private home e* the cdy 


Tlw most expensive residence 
in the city is a penthouse 
near Rittenhousc Square. 

By Aim A Hree* 
i*ut Min KtuMui-tmin 
ITnladrlphi.iA most expensive private residence 
i* now «wnrd by money manager Theodore R 
Amnoa and Barbara Berger .Vunm. 

Theodore, who head* AJO Partners of Phlbdel- 
phi.i. and hi* wife paid IIMW/W for the new 
a oi capamwc H,4Uh|uirc r»>l. list-four pent- 
honsc of IW Rntcnhiuse Secure Street- The 
deed **n» recorded April 2. 

The peeviout high price for a city cond> un*. 

S?A?S. I W. n*i paaJ by iikJm m->iyj| II. ChiU- 
Lrnfoat for hi* SxSO-*«iuarrT«*. -foth-flwvr cundo 
* the RcUikncn at TWw I j fo rty fleer c« March 
S. 2009. 

Ixti (<U\ nrathhnr. urvtecccufiil rr-iy -r;il candi- 
date Then a* J. Knoa. fought the other half of that 
•foth fVee on July S fee S7JS21.47S. 

The Aronsons* purchase price i* the highest 
ever paid for a have in Philaddphsa. Klghlcen 
mcrnlh* ago. chef ticoegr* fVrricr paid S2.S mil- 
lion for a houw in Chestnut Hill 

17U6 Killctbwic Sjuire Street B scheduled to 
have IL* grarki opening May 4 More than half of the 
unitv which Kart at tl* imlm, are *p«*m foe 

Sec ■ITT on AS start at 




Dems 
push on 
as GOP 
votes no 

In a first finance-liill vote. 
Republicans stood united, 
hut Democrats say time 
and public arc on their side. 

it* Am Kuhnheim 

WASHINGTON* - l' a Jaunted by 
a Semite *e thick. Ikcnuxrats ap- 
peared incn-aainghrennfodrnt Mon- 
day that they could u*c Americans' 
anger at WaM Street to pwth 
through the nuwt sweeping con- 
trol* on Ikuiuil instnutM©* since 
the Gres* Dtprenkw. 

The Senate, in a S7-4I vote-, failed 
to get Ox suppstVers needed to 
proceed on the nguhloiy overhaul 
«*u Dcnvxr.it, Sen Ben Ne’.v.n of 
Nefoasl.t. /lined Repddcaw*. 

IWt the evewmg vote was just 
eurt of a legisfolisv ballet kcepang 
hputiui talk* alive. At the od. 
Senate Ihjnit)' Lender Harry Real 
also switched his vote to no. a ma- 
neuver that would let him call for * 
ness- tally as early as Tuesday 

Derrncr.it* believe that public 
pressure and a Wall Sarevt scandal 
have given them the upper hand 
RepiNaum ihertcehc* have lake* 
up the Diirvxrals' Wall Stnxt-hasb 
irg rfovxx and haw voiced hope 
that a Kfl wosiki tdeknalcly pass. 

The foil is a priority uf fosadenl 
Obanu N. The House has pawed its 
srerston of new bank cvgoialions. 

Less than an hoar before the 
sehevlukd vote, the White lloasc 
issued it* ofFtctal endurseoxat of 
the hill, saying Obama would <p 
p«c asVIovg any foophtdes 

After tbc sate, the president sahl 
hr was “deeply diiopp srued* and. 
urged senators to put the interest* 
of the <1 Siotiy ahead of patty. 

Both the Dowse and Senate belts, 
aimed at heading off a noemisT 
of the acareollipeic of the foMaaal 
system m »«. wwvdd create a 
mechanism f« liquidahng large 
firm* that pet mlu trouble, set up a 
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W WW. KENTUCKY. CO M 


herald-leader 


Call it Lucky’s break 

Sports, Cl: Wfh Estoendereya out. Lookin At Lucky, left, inherits favorite’s role 
Sports. Cl: Filly Devil May Care wtfl bypass the Oaks and run for the roses 
Life ♦ Health, Bl: Meriene Daws: Oaks Day breast cancer focus sees results 




UV.II r >IK> | TLISD.tt | MIIRoflWI ||>||*VN , 


Sum 


Record meat prices likely by summer 


WITH SMALLER HOG AND CATTLE HERDS. 
WHOLESALE COSTS RISING ALREADY 

9} Whrtwey McFemn surging In'll cw* linked to 
6co^b»-i W. Imukii for fixer ethanol 

CHICAGO - United Wbcdrsatr fori juried 
States m-A prior* might rise n muck it ?.*» privet* this 
lo irvonit this tutnmn a(- mnlh to 90. 6X cvn«t a 
let Lnmrrt reduced km! and f«onJ la* I ut *ek. (he hsgh- 
cattle Vnls lo IV snuVsl M since August &XK. l\3* 
vim In decade*. iV remit cd Department uf Agriculture 


data show. IWf dinM 22 
percent i lot )nf lo $l.6b*> 
a pound I'riday. the most 
riprowr vin« July 2009. 
Chicken* pin m Mint n> 
the most in 20 wwntbs. 

Demand for pork s-hop*. 
Mdi« and chicken brwit 
It rising n the KMomy Im 
pern in, Kicfeard fcarhrcur*. 
resume, and China and Ruv 


til l&M nsuft* I V inpMtt. 
Dotnestic tupphrt mi*** drop 
lo a II year Ion bnawr cd 
culH In Mom kwt <w«l by 
com pto that dcuMrd litrr 
former President Crow W. 
Ifovt set tarjjrt* to irvrrase 
e dttftn l use*. 

’tUhanctlndKed pWn in 
rnrat ire just iww getting m 
IV marketplace.* said Steve 


Meyer. «hr jiffttA-nl *4 Fata 
pm KcMoomicv a MM indus- 
try considtirtf in Drt M«or\ 
Inina. ’Consumer* ate go- 
iag l» see the ht<V**< prion 
thry\e ever psad In moat ami 
poultry twmv cd the «toc> 
wot nudr to rulr <wn into 
elhiool.* 

Retail price* might hit w- 
etnk in tV next 90 day* it 


dt* mind |inh duriag turn 
mer grilling stasum, tiitl 
foVNifet*. a former USDA 
economist and thr pmil(OI 
o f meat consultant sterling 
Markrtir« Ik. in Nile, (foe 
The pnnimo rtvnnlt mere 
ia 2UW: p«t was S.1 (QC a 
pound is SfjHwnfor. fontl 
on nxxviUv iveraff* tracked 

See MEAL A2 



Case 
closed 
in school 
abuse suit 

FAYETTE SYSTEM 
WILL PAY S3.7 MILLION 
AWARDED TO MAHER 
By Jew Wa»w«i 

Defendant* kite agreed 
lo pay the JA7 raillinn )ud* 
tnrnl in Cared Lynne Miner* 
mHhi* cate i^invl Payrttr 
County PtikSc Schools. 

M.w*cf. who woo the pd* 
rnrfil in 2007. said Monday 
she *a» fdtrtcd to km the 
cane finished 

Uu month. tV Kentucky 
Supreme Court let the oriel 
rul paAcimt Uaad. TV oesh, 
Uber avmue availaNr for I V 
iWrfltf WUuU kitr Uvo bi 
lair tV CMC b» tbr LIV So 
prusvCautl. 

TO over. Il\ met. can you 
inujtiari'* Manet »aid Mon- 
day ilternwm, *ThA* in*uf- 
MvY company decided that 
they weren't j6dnj( lafl>lo 
iV suprvo* Court.* 

Miner •» rHrrfinu to 
AC It lasuaiaoe Co. cd NmMj 
A mrrtm. which the ka*- 
ette »cbooh‘ incurcr when 
event* in iV erne ocvum-vL 

Fijetle County Public 
ScfoooL* declined comment 
Monday. 

So end* a cane that hiu 
in 2IXO. wbrn Minn fdrd a 
civil *u* atfiiNU the Fayette 
*rhwd vyMeca. that 

»V wi» veuuUy armed by 
tariou* teacher* and vhool 
eaptoyrr* «Ur a Undent 
in thr late 1970* and early 
19AK She lUu claused the 
wrbeol dfotrkl <M n*tmg to 

slop it. 

Miner vbd ikat ana rwuh. 
*V wav denied her rich! to 
an education, aid she drilled 
into drpmxfom and drug ad- 
diction beviuve uf the above 
*he «u9rrr«l. 

TVn former Ifeaumoei 

See MAKER. 12 


THE LIGHT AT THE END 
OF SOUTH LIMESTONE 



Sidrwala with dccorahve pawn are bid. new Uwlfohv wert and pavement n tee* novated so it can 
ke replaced on South Umedone. Wort on the $17 mlkoo upgrade, which be#an lad Juty. coeA rued Monday 


RECONSTRUCTION NEARS COMPLETION 


9y Smety krtsne 

ltemw«4»Al4W>b<t«N 
finish ini touche* are 
ttartiiic to appear <n Scealh 
l.hn to nr. and thr ovelhml 
c4 the Urvet heturm Avetur 
cd Ownpfonv and Mr** Street 

■••I'Vlfn: •' *: « 

h>- Alb I. <***& Milicm. 
tV city * Mfertvwpr poyvt 
manam vtid Mcoili). 

Brt wvea Avvaur <d Chun 
pi nt» and Maxwell Street. 
tidr**alk* ate fithbnl and 
devontivr hhar (Ian accent 
pwvrr* are 90 percent in- 
*Ulfod. Miliism 'aid. P»ee 
wort should he ccmpleted 
by week* etal. Also, new 


slnetli^ts are cventkeuL 
Pavement cm the ea»l 
side cd South limrstune is 
brinu rvcJiatrd IX locbfi 
for a rock and asphah base 
to be laid. ’Once we get 
that door, m "ill *-iifh 
t«f£c onto that hue and do 
the ether hah cd tV street.* 
Mdfein Mid, 

Final land sea pm* hi* 
slatVel. with street tree* V- 
ing (botnl aod sod hid. 

Rain &rden» are fin- 
bhrd. cumtnxted so water 
from thr street will drain 
into I hr garden* lust, other 
than tun directly into storm 
sewers, M&gan Mid. 



Altopth thr sired lemiins timed, thr new 
vidnwfo are being put lo use. 



looking north from 
Aaenuc el Championv. 
progress on lh* 
re<c»*viructk»i c t South 
limestone is appucnl; 
dh even beg*wung 
to look note Ike a 
street again. IV nijM 
corridor between the 
Ifonwryty ei Kentucky 

has undtrgrouad ubiby 
lues and new sewers. 


GOP 
blocks 
financial 
reform bill 


ONE DEMOCRAT STANDS WITH 
UNITED REPUBLICAN SENATORS 

By Dawtd Ml Her vrenhxn and Edward Wyatt 

1m lil Wi W. Stwu 

WASHINGTON — Senate RrpoMkuns, 
ued«c*l in r^pmiliun lo the Dnuocrat*' fog- 
iUukm to lighten rrguUkm of the financial 
vystem. sued Mondiry b> bloch tV Ml lr.cn 
rrjchiiti! t V fW* for drtutr. a* both side* 
<k* in. TV Mule ha* feaffr rantlk-Jifow* ke 
tV economy and for their 
putilk-ai pfovprtt* in thi* 

>w\ irsidtem efretaan*. 

Republican* *aid they 
were intent on winaing 
vjhvtaaahe change* to the 
KQ and acoiud tV l foes*, 
crat* tX risking the i»M 
far PMfhing wcrtuul of she 
luluxi* fuuicul letrahtcry 
*>*«em *ince tV anemath 
of tV Great |)epre-**ion. 

IV-th vile* »a>' the) rxpcvt 
tV overhaul will be- ap- 
prused vsmiwsdl). 

I Vrf with t V chirf rwuhve cd Gddnun 
Sachs. tV Will street p*wrfV>u»e accused 
«d fnnad *>> federal mguUoc*. *ae to teddy 
hefore i Smilr oxnrnitln* Turwkjy. |fot*»- 
cnti charted that Reputhcan* were fen ■ 
ing IV country at ri*k of another fiaanoal 
calamity and siding with wealth* corporate 
interest*. 

Sensing political nxmentum at a time cd 
deep putAc anger at Wall Stnel. Denwcrat- 
ic feadet* said they wmtM Vep (V reglia- 
loo Nil on the ftoor — and delay tV rest 
«d their busy IrgfsLrhe nerndi — to eatekrt 
up tV pievare «m IV KfpuHic.UK 

Cacebiard with sign* «f iwaurfe ftvsn- 
ery ia euny part* cd the esuntry, Deetiicnts 
sail they i bought tV Tight over finaacial 
rrgulitiue could help turn the tide of inti- 
irvunfvnl smlimrnl Ifut ha* tihrm hoeing 
for substantial lom» in November. 

*Wr air a* tubrrdir .is wr ate today in 
tV wwalng days «d April 2010 a* we mrer in 
I V (all of 2>XK.* ssl Sen. OiKsUphrr Uuddl 
IKmn. *nd s*h»imaa of the hinlaM crus 
rmllre. who i* tV primary spenrvar cd thr 
legMatfow ’.Vdsng h»s chutfid. «*wept. of 
csArv, fobs have keen kwt. homes have o nr 
into foaedovjnr. retirvnsent iaxnrv hi*e 
esapnnted. housing vafoe* kwe cfeimnL* 
ftrpdftcan*. lot*, tee asafor adsartagr in 
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LIFE 


Recycled jeans 

George Powell uses pre-consumer denim waste 
for his company. Reuse Jeans 



OC OUTDOORS 

Violin power 

Teacher runs 26-hour relay for fitness 
and funds to buy Instruments 



Financial 
overhaul 
bill hits 
GOP wall 

Democrats count 
on public anger 
at Wall Street 
to get Republican 
cooperation. 

l-t ASSOC iM CO Mtli 


Uatbuiitihl la n Senate* 
nctlafk, I K-iwcnit' jqw 
|»wl inrrwingh oWi 
•lent M*ewl:.V Ik* they win 
he nblr lo tnkr adortage of 
Atamrans' »vit d! W 4 
Stiwl aacl |iu »h llwuuclt Ihr 
uiiwul iww cuntnile 

wi financial indUutimi* 
wither I hr (in’)! I kyiivv**m». 

The Semis* , in a ST-II 
xxrto. fas Vi I togcl tlvtW Mi|v 
|wrtopi nrtiltil lo ixwitil 
*«i the ix^ulutary <nvt(uuL 
Oik Uettiwral, Stu llm 
of N»4ini*kji. joint*! 
« tlh l h.- Krfxrfdhranv. 

the «<e. I'rvri- 
tlnil llorwk < 'Imiro %aid lir 
»a* ‘ilni^' ifcvi|.|.>c*rt.w|- 
aotl uiyeil *etu*on to put 
Ike* uitenwls of the- country 
ahraJ c 4 jorty, 

Hut th»- citiiing \«te wa* 
ju«l part of 3 bsp*blixv hoi- 
let Ix'ryiing l«rortiwan talk* 
ainv. At theiiul, Smile Ma- 
joiity Ix-jvW-r Hurry IU-i>i 
xw-itchwl lit* wts* lu ’an' 
loo, bul thiil wa*jn»t a inei- 
n*n\vr that ml etuUr him 
lo rail for a nr w I ally a*c\»rh 
a* Tu«-mLiv. If that Urd, 
Iteid |4aiiwi) another nte 
WVwincxIay. 

IU-inivr.it* lniww I ii;«t 
fHilelv |«v-"un- and Ihr 
nvtnt of a Wall Slivtl wmi- 
dal howp pi\ rn them Ihr uj>- 
f**r hard. Kr|iublvaikx them- 
vhw how lakrn up the 
IKhuvriI*’ 'Abil Siivtt- 
ItblutW r k Ko r k and have 
wiml hn|N'llul I liil «il ul- 
linstdy |*>**. In that lichl. 
the path to final npfwnval 
«ettn» rlrunt them U ever 
dirt Hiiivk (Ik fM>ote mw 
hoahhraiv NEWS 3 



KC4HR 

Tractors and supporters yell slogans Monday after a march from North Beach toward Oown* 
to*n San Cieaneote. An estimated 300 people participated m the march ate** ti C amino Real 

Rancor mounts in 
Capo teacher strike 

School Isoarti denies putting up obstacles to a settlement. 


< ‘aiti-drano Unified* > 

lexhen mum nectwil Ihr 
M-ht»il lawn! M"®iy of br- 
ing *n noiNork to jptvr- 
Hurt’ in a .'nhy-iW ilrike 
Ratddf, a cliargv (lot <li*- 
trict tru»Uv* svlnux-fitly 
ikiunl a* imuv them at 

hmr* of myntutinvi con- 
tinued with iw wrtllmwuL 
In a ilotriiKUl ivtonol 
Moixiis. unwei lewlm crit- 
iei/etl live <l**lrkl for «* 
Nhidiitg |or.iii)»-t«T>. jn»l 
bd of rtinHent dinvlimi 


from Ike boon!” to expfain 
wliy buwlnilt if leuclvn 
mix* walking Ihr picket line* 
fur a ihvd day. 

Muntkty'* talk* yirMrd 
m» ngwmrnl a* they well 
into Ihr night. Xigt di.it ion* 
Ivgan at II a.m. uni broke 
around iUSO | mu. w ith ml 
any announcement. Tiny 

returned iiltoul pm. 

tWl •cfeghter.cem (trup- 
ibtn. 

*Wr are *«d unit tint* a 
thnniuith ami n*|»ndilr 
|M*ofMr*ji| ihi* in* cuing.* (*o- 
|N*4ra>N> Unified Ktlut-ulimi 


The first 5 days 

Teachers crossing picket Be 
Thursday :? percent 

f r day 1 1 pee«nt 
Monday 3 percent 

Student attendance rates 

(Thursday. Friday. Monday) 


4$ percent. 46 per era*. $2 percent 

Middle school 

41 petceni. 36 percent. )3 percent 

Nigh school 

34 percent. >0 pcuirt. 17 percent 
note Capstrinowsitedhisre- 
leased ency percentaoeu no< rau 
*gtm toe oslrct tos aboul 
3200 teachers. $2,000 sludertv 


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NORIEGA IS 
EXTRADITED 

Foiwht himm.im.ui tbe- 
talor Mumm 4 \omyn. 
right. «a% put on a (tl.iiv 
lo France after U.S. Sor- 
rotary of Stole Hillary 
K.mIIuuh < 'lint ihi wigned 
i-vtrjwiftpwei unlit* that 
France ha* Uhh working 
lo |riM>rut<' Noriega on 

dorp* h»* bhiI « 1 * tanking *jxl<ni to 
Luumlrr drug mtmy NiMstya'i ntmitiiMi 
roriK after hr hail 81) jvaix in a UX 

fiwli -nil | vniU'iil sary in \1ion News 3 

EX-AGENT GETS 30 YEARS 

An cx-KIll agent »> nnt lo |ei«oi for 30 
>vnr* for annum him** If with a LvmImI a*- 
*jiuh «wn|*o«i ami whrnimg lo Mono whai 
hr lnlwAiil Ui Ik- a druR bw in I'midaia 

Valk-y. Local I 

VIOLENT GAMES ON TRIAL 

Hu* UX Supreme ('tort ha* nKrxx*il to re- 
view California'* lam inipwi m a Ion mi 
ih«- *jilr arid niwjil < 4 i-wtswidy sioimt 
xiikxieammloehMrvii Business II 

A RIGHT TO MEDICAL POT? 

A finlrral jodc' mhl hr will cmniArr ir*ti- 
tnmss fr*Ki» ihr *ab* of imxlval nuirvuaKi 
u**-r* who claim lka( a low lOiamntivirtr 
Ik ritfhl* of Ihr tlr*al«ltil s*i*x*» Ihnn Ihi' 
right lo atvm ainlii j! iKiri/uio. Local 1 



Correction 

iV-tiTH* licdlo* of CypeX'-x* j» a **vurity 
guard. IVvaw*c of iMunvd uifutxual kci 
• uj^J .wl lo thv rrpcetiT. lUlnn* ocvupa- 
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Food tracing follows seed to store Riverview 


Regulators" concerns over lood safely, consumer interest fuel push toward transparency. 

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Gardens 


SPRINGFIELD. MO. • The 

Askfamfe Chocolate factory silt 
at the edge of a downtown street 
in southwest Missouri, but its 
flavor comes from thousands of 
males away, and its customers can 
find out where - exactly. 

Each Askinosie chocolate bar 
bears a “cboc-o-lot” code, a se- 
ries ol numbers that customers 
can plug into the company's web- 
site revcjlmg where the cocoa 
beans in tlut bar were grown and 
wlio giew them. Tfw idea is to in- 
troduce customers to the farmer 
in Ecuador. Mexico or the Itsil- 
ippines who cultivated the bar's 
essential ingredient. 

“I wanted to profit - share with 
farmers.” sakl Shawn Askinosie. 


explaining the founding prin- 
CfB ol ■ MM "Ibaoil 
profit -share with people if ytou 
don't know who they are. If I was 
serious about St, I knew I would 
hasy to trace the chocolate from 
the bean to the bar.” 

In the food industry, this ability 
to track an ingrrshent from origin 
to destination Is known as trace- 
a brtity. and tor Askinosie. ft lies at 
the hejrt of his operating phikuo ■ 

sk-kmed by lood • honw fllnr*s in 
aspateof recent cut breaks, tracr- 
ability has also become a critical 
food industry goal. 

•They haw to pet better at K.” 

See TRACE • Page A3 


TRACCAOtllTV EXAMPLES 

• FrXo-lay Int. Lunched a 'dap tracker* 
last year on its lay's potato cfcps. it allows 
customers to enter their ZIP codes and dgits 
from packages onto the companr s websxe. The 
site ihen tells customers where their chips were 
made. 

• hi 2000. Onscoirs. the CaMonuibased berry 
grower, put 12-digit codes on all of its packaging, 
aikowng customers to track berries to the fields 
where they were grown. 

• FreshExpress. a lettuce power, launched a 
leaf locator” program last month that enables 
customers to see where the lettuce was grown 
and how it h taken careof. from fieM to store. 


watches 
the clock 

Unaccredited • After three 
years, state must intervene. 

June deadline • Elected 
board likely to be removed. 

■V OAVIO MUNN 

dnwM4pou «>soit<h<om • 3!4 340 Mil 


GOP puts up 
roadblock on 
finance reform 
bill in Senate 

Tactic mav be short-lived 
as bipartisan efforts 
continue behind scenes. 


BY JANIT HOOK 

Infioo* Wash -Mion buMWu 

WASHINGTON • Senate Repub- 
licans united Monday to block 
debate on legislation that would 
make the most far-reaching 
changes in financial industry’ reg- 
ulation since the Great Depres- 
sion - skiwing but probably not 
stopping a bill that has been pro- 
pelled by angry voters who wont 
to cTJck down on WiB Street. 

1 he S7-4I vote imrfcrd the fust 
Senate showdown owr the issue. 
No Repubhcam voted for the mo- 
tion to begin dcbuic on the bt9: 
60 sotes were needed to end GOP 
delaying tactics and move tike Is- 
sue to the Senate floor. Sen. Ben 
NcHon of Nebraska, a Democrat, 
joined in the opposition. 

But the impasse may be short- 
lived because beliind -the -scenes 
negotiations among thrmoerats 
and Republicans are aiming to 
craft a compromise that could 
win buck Nelson and some OOP 
converts - perhaps by the end of 
the week. 

Mondays vote wjs largely po- 
litical theater. Democrats believe 
the (KM* wtS end up looking like 
obstructionist friends of Wall 
Street. Republicans welcomed 
the chancv to present thetwefm 
as preventing hasty action and 
MB* ODi m MM pWUCtfOE 
of taxpayers against the excesses 
of Mgh -flyiiHt financiers. 

■A party that stands with 
Wall Street fa a party that stands 
against families and taamess.” said 
Senate Majority Leader Harry 
Reid. 1>-Ncv.. who switched his 
vole to *no* at the lost minute in 
order to ask for Monday's sute to 
be revisited later this week. 

Senate Republican leader Milch 
McConnell of Kentucky, for his 
part, said the GOP was opposing 
the motion to begin delute be- 
cause It bebesvd the Democrats' 
plan did not do enough to ensure 
that the government would not 
again foot the KH for bailing out 
institutions deemed “too big to 

I 

A sute to Mock the bill from 
conung to the floor U "a sute for 
bipartisanship, for working out on 
irsm-ctad solution to tile problem 
of too big lo fa!.* McConnell said. 

After the vote. President Ba- 
rack Obama issued a statement 
saying he was “deeply disap- 
pointed” that Republicans voted 

MMNfett L 

Sc« OVERHAUL • Page A6 


DOWN THE HATCH! 

A robin returns to the nest Monday to k>cd rts brood in the Compton Heights 
neighborhood of St. Louis. The thr*e chicks hatched over the weekend, and 
thesr parents have been busy feeding and caring for them. See a video of 
the robins at stltoday.com/vldeo 



DAVID CARSON • 


BELLE FONTAINE NKIGMOORS • Those who 
care about the Ri w vic w Gardens School Dis- 
trict haw watched test scores fall cr\vr the past 
decade, finances sink, a superintendent go to 
prison, and the state declare that the district is 
no longer worthy of its endorsement . 

Now they're bracing for something of a Anal 
judgment. 

RJmvfaw has been unaccredited by the suite 
for three years. By theend of hint, the state faob- 
Ugjted to intcTsviic. It could remove the elected 
boon! and replace it with an appointed pond- It 
could merge the district into another in north 
St. Louis County. Or it could dfasotvy the district 
entirely. 

"The dock fa ticking on Riverview.” Mid Jim 
Mortis, spokesman for Missouri's l Vjvnt nun! of 
Elementary and Secondary Education. K noth- 
ing changes, wy do not Ivisy to take any other oc • 
Don for the wheels lobe set in motion.” 

Those dose to the process expect the state 
board to ccmosY RhvrsteWs scum elected board 
memben and replace them with a Special Ad- 
ministr Jtivr Board, as it did recently in the St. 
Louis Pubkc and WrBston dfairicts 

The decision would mark the fourth time m 
Asy wan tlut the state has remenvd an elected 
school board or closed down a district due to its 
troubled academic and financial performance. 

It would also signal the state's increasing will- 
Ingivc \s to intervene in local school leadership. 
Late last week, for instance, the state board was 
ghrnarrpott listing lodistrtcts that, if revtrwYd 
today, would be unaccredited - a marked in- 
crease from years past. 

See SCHOOL • Pa*e ao 


HALL OF FAME PREVIEW 

whitey Herzog's 
tour of the 
BdVCbOll won of 
Fame, where he'll 
be enshrined July 
25. is a stroll down 
memory lane for 
(he former Cards 
manager, who says he played with or 
against 62 Hall of Famers. 

SPORTS • 01 



Advocates for deaf sue over mental health care 



DAWN MAJORS • r ' . rr.-ri 

CWfat law Comas signs Monday outside the Thomas t. t.sgfaton u.S. 
Courthouse about the struggle to find adequate mental health car*, 
lamrytr Km dutkn (right) called it a “health crisis.' 


long waits for treatment, lack of interpreters are 
cited as systemic statewide problems in Missouri. 


BY ROBERT PATRIOT * r*U’**Q*OU OApRAMor-l . ,14 0,1 MS* 


ST. LOUIS • After Sheri Ccramc*s 
son wjs assaulted, suffered (tost • 
traumatic stress disorder and be • 
came a potential threat to himself 
and otlwrs. his parents followed 
a psychiatrist's advice and took 
him to a residential menial health 
facility. 

Within an hour, they said, a 
nurse tried to strop on a strait - 
jacket because of the “nailing 
bands” of the then-prefecn boy. 
who fa deaf and cannot speuk. 

That flailing - Cerome's soli's 
attempt tocommunicatrby using 
sign Language - fa emblematic of 
a systemic statewide problem in 


Missouri, advocates for the deaf 
said Monday after filing a lawsuit 

iaidi n*ti 

Bom of wh.it they say arc two 
decades of (rusl ration, the Mis- 
souri Association of the Deaf and 
1 1 deaf residents filed the suit tot 
U.S. District Court in Jefferson 
City against the Department of 
Mental Health. It seeks to rep- 
resent the estimated i.iOO deaf 
Missourians rn need of some tort 
of mental health cam. roughly 20 
prrcvnt of whom are children. 
The suit alleges that the state 

See LAWSUIT • Page A 4 


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afl-consortium-2008041 7.pdf 
Saturday show 4-28-08. ppt 
AFLCIOI 00407 2.ppt 


Three files attached. 

1. Powerpoint with most recent analysis of polling consortium data. (Not presented Saturday) 

2. AFL-CIO Union Research Slideshow (displayed Saturday) 

3. Polling Consortium Overview Slideshow (displayed Saturday) 


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From: "Michael Bennet" <info@bennetforcolorado.com> 

T o: podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu 

Date: 9/16/2014 8:39:19 AM 

Subject: Another shutdown? 


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since the great depression. That is unacceptable. 

Yet, less than a year later, some extremists are at it again. They’ve put another shutdown on the table this year 
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From: "Vachon, Michael" <Michael.Vachon@soros.com> 

T o: "John Podesta (john.podesta@amail.com)" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/23/2015 10:09:1 1 AM 

Subject: George is in town on Thursday 


Do you want to meet if schedule work out? Also, at some point, perhaps Thursday if convenient, I would like to speak with you 
separately, important, timely but certainly not urgent. I would make myself available at your convenience. Let me know. Best, 
Michael. 


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From: "Julius Genachowski" <ja@rock-creek-ventures.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 9/26/2008 10:30:23 PM 

Subject: Re: Re: 


If easy for you to get together today, let me know. Nothing urgent - catchup. No worries if doesn't work... 

Original Message 

From: Julius Genachowski 

To: John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Sent: Thu Sep 25 06:34:06 2008 
Subject: RE: Re: 

Yes - Saturday good. Mid/late morning? What windows do you have? 

Original Message 

From: John Podesta [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com] 

Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 5:51 AM 
To: Julius Genachowski 
Subject: Re: 

I'm in nyc. Saturday? 


On 9/22/08, Julius Genachowski <jg@rock-creek-ventures.com> wrote: 

> Time this week for coffee or a meal? I'm on the road tomorrow, but in DC 

> Weds-Friday... 

> 


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From: "Rebecca Hardcastle Wright" <rhardcastlewriaht@amail.com> 
T o: "Rebecca Hardcastle Wright" <rhardcastlewriaht@amail.com> 
Date: 2/20/2015 8:03:10 AM 

Subject: Why John Mack Matters to John Podesta Blog 


Laurance Rockefeller is the weaver. John Podesta is a thread in the Rockefeller initiative that continues today. 
Yet, the most important thread in this unfolding extraterrestrial disclosure narrative is neither Rockefeller nor 
Podesta. 

http://rebeccahardcastlewriaht.com/2015/02/20/why-john-mack-matters-to-john-podesta/ 

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www.exoconsciousness.com 

Skype: rebecca. hardcastle. wright 

Mobile: (301)915-4660 

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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: MMoore@deweysquare.com 

Date: 1 1/21/2015 1 1 :32:57 AM 

Subject: You in DC tomorrow? 


Grab a cup of coffee? 


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From: "Teddy Goff <tgoff@hillaryclinton.com> 

To: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 5/16/2015 4:10:13 AM 

Subject: Re: Digital Currency for Hillary 


Apologies for the slow reply - yes, of course, feel free to introduce and we will set up a meeting. 

On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 1:41 PM, John Podesta < joh n.podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

I don't send all the crazy ideas I hear about at fundraisers your way, but this seems interesting and legit. Essentially digital 
currency with a green angle as opposed to bitcoin's libertarian Ayn Rand schtick. Would you get some members of your team 
to meet with Stan when he's in NYC later this month to see if it's worth a real conversation? 

Forwarded message 

From: Stan Stalnaker <stan.stalnaker@hubculture.com > 

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 
Subject: Digital Currency for Hillary 
To: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Cc: Dan Rosenthal <drosenthal@albrightstonebridge.com >, Karen Poreh <kporeh@albrightstonebridge.com >, Sara 
Latham <saramlatham@gmail.com > 


Dear John 

It was nice to meet you at the London fundraiser for Hillary on Monday. Further to our brief chat, I’d be happy to meet with the 
technology team in New York between 25-28 May to discuss how we can use Ven digital currency to enable single click micro- 
payments and other fundraising activities for the campaign. 

As we discussed, Bitcoin is being used on the Republican side and could be a useful tool, but we think Ven is a better choice 
for your campaign due to its environmental benefits, identity metrics and closed loop status. The FEC has indicated that digital 
currencies are acceptable for donations in campaigns. 

More on Ven here: http://ven.vc and in snapshot attached. 

In DC, I’m coping in Dan and Karen and Albright Stonebridge - we are working closely with their firm, as well as Edelman in 
New York. 

Best 

Stan 


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Ven 




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Ven is a global digital currency managed by the Hub Culture network. It can be sent anywhere and to anyone online almost 
instantly. Ven is easy and convenient to use, and its structure also makes it great for the environment. 

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From: "Mary Pat Bonner" <mpbonner@bonnerarp.com> 

T o: tom@zzranch.com 

Date: 2/20/2008 8:16:1 1 AM 

Subject: RE: A Plan 


Tom and I just spoke and I believe we are in agreement that by COB tomorrow I will have a series of documents that includes: The 
McCain piece listed below, a 2-pager on the strategy, a reel with 5 ads, and a document which outlines where and how the funds 
will be spent — essentially a 60 day media plan. 

I will assume that when I get this document the c4 team will have already approved it (Susan, David, Steve, and Paul). I will then 
wait for sign-off from John that he approves this plan. At that point, I will go out with a very specific ask to our current soft 
commitments and other prospects to raise XX dollars on this plan to be spent over the next 60 days on media. 

Hopefully, this process works for everyone. Please e-mail me if you don't agree and we can work out a different process for 
moving this forward. If I don't hear from you in response to this I will assume you are in agreement. 

Additionally, we will set-up a donor up-date call for next week. 

Thanks for all of your help! I 

Mary pat 


From: tmatzzie@gmail.com [mailto:tmatzzie@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Tom Matzzie 
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 2:48 PM 
To: Mary Pat Bonner 

Cc: Susan McCue; david_brock@mediamatters.org; Paul Begala; John Podesta; Amy Dacey; FES33@aol.com; Beth Eagle 

Subject: Re: A Plan 


I know and this is in my court right now. My team stayed late last night and we're staying late tonight. The pieces we're 
putting together include: ad reel, 25 reasons McCain is bad, "plan powerpoint" and a 2-pager on the plan. 


is that sufficient? 

On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 2:35 PM, Mary Pat Bonner < mpbonner@bonnergrp.com > wrote: 
All, 


I have spent the morning circling back will all of our major funders ($1M+) who could move their money in the next 30 
days. While people are willing to help, to the person, they need a plan for — how, when, where and on what we are 
intending on spending the funds — A PLAN. I know I am sounding like a pest, but these people have now been waiting for 
information for weeks and frankly it makes us look bad that we would solicit them for seven figure gifts and not be able to 
show them a plan or a budget for how we are going to spend it. 


I know we are all focused on a million things, but we MUST get these people the information before too much time elapses! 
We will lose their interest! 


Thanks, 


Mary Pat 


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From: "Progressive Turnout Project" <admin@turnoutpac.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 12/31/2015 1:45:26 PM 

Subject: Time’s Up -> J. Podesta's response is CRITICAL! 



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From: "Cheryl Mills" <chervl. mills@gmail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john. podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 1/9/2014 3:34:24 PM 

Subject: Re: Happy Birthday My Friend 


yep 


On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 10:23 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 
Talk over the weekend? 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

> On Jan 8, 2014, at 11:18 PM, Cheryl Mills < cheryl.mills@gmail.com > wrote: 

> 

> Ha! 

> 

> cdm 

> 

» On Jan 8, 2014, at 10:20 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 
» 

» Made it to Medicare. Thank God for single payer. 

» 

» JP 

» -Sent from my iPad— 

» john.podesta@gmail.com 

» For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

» 

>» On Jan 8, 2014, at 1 1 :56 AM, Cheryl Mills < chervl. mills@gmail.com > wrote: 

»> 

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From: "Emily Aden" <eaden@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Lily Adams" <ladams@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 9/21/2015 10:14:40 AM 

Subject: Re: Des Moines Register topper 


Good for research. 

On Mon, Sep 21 , 201 5 at 5:04 PM, Lily Adams < ladams@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Yes she's supposed to open with 1-2 min of quick remarks. 

On Mon, Sep 21 , 2015 at 4:04 PM, Huma Abedin < ha1 6@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 
is she supposed to make remarks before taking questions? 

On Mon, Sep 21 , 201 5 at 4:55 PM, Kristina Costa < kcosta@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Attached is a one-page topper for HRC's appearance with the Des Moines Register editorial board 
tomorrow. Lily has reviewed and cleared. Apologies for the quick turn but please send edits by 6pm so 
this can get to the book. 


Lily Adams 

Iowa Communications Director 
Hillary for America 
c: 202-368-4013 


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From: "Sara Latham" <slatham@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Jake Sullivan" <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 1/31/2016 12:33:58 PM 

Subject: Re: Best kept secret... 


JAKE!! 


Sent from my iPhone 

> On Jan 31 , 2016, at 7:33 PM, Jake Sullivan <jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com> wrote: 

> 

> I blew it! I didn't tell everyone. We gave her a rousing happy bday 

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> 

> 

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» On Jan 31, 2016, at 8:29 PM, Sara Latham <slatham@hillaryclinton.com> wrote: 
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From: "Terry McAuliffe" <info@terrymcauliffe.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 4/29/2013 1 1:10:00 AM 

Subject: got a sec? 


Long time, no talk, Friend. 

It's been a couple weeks since I emailed you last, so I wanted to let you know what I've been up to: 

• We've put a lot of miles on the car — visiting every corner of the 
Commonwealth, talking to voters and finalizing my policy agenda. 

• Meeting a lot of people who volunteered for Sen. Kaine & President Obama 
last year, who are getting involved again this year. They liked the feeling 
they got on November 6, 2012 and want to experience it again. 

• Making sure we build on the momentum of our successful first quarter and h 
our $75,000 April fundraising goal. 

But we're still $21 ,91 3.45 away from hitting that goal — and the deadline is 
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Will you pitch in $5 and make sure we don't fall short? 

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From: "Robbv Mook" <re47@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 7/17/2015 7:07:56 AM 

Subject: Re: Jeb research from candidate 


Adding Elias on here. Doesn't he need to reimburse the leadership PAC? 


On Jul 17, 2015, at 2:06 PM, Jennifer Palmieri < jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

She was asking about what we found on whether Jeb actually reimbursed his superPac for anything. I told her we were 
still going through it. She wanted - and I imagine we are already doing this - to make sure we are matching up dates of 
Jeb's events and travel pre-announcement with the report. Or good project for an outside group. But he really should have 
to suffer through a lot of questions on this. 


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From: "Christina Reynolds" <creynolds@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

"Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Kristina Schake" <kschake@hillaryclinton.com> 
"Oren Shur" <oshur@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Tony Carrk" <tcarrk@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 6/1/2015 11:21:41 AM 
Subject: Agenda for GOP Contrast meeting 


All: 

Here's an agenda for tomorrow's GOP Contrast meeting. Please let me know if you have any questions or updates. Thanks 


Logistics: 

DNC update 
CTR update 
Tracking 

Status of research 

Objectives: 

How do we want to use the Republicans? 


Who do we want to run against? 

Next steps: 

What do we need to learn from our next poll? 
What issues/stories would we like to see? 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 2/18/2016 4:16:05 PM 

Subject: Re: Delegate path call tomorrow night 7:30? 


Fine 

On Thursday, February 18, 2016, Milia Fisher < mfisher@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Robby's team asking if they can schedule the delegate path to victory call tomorrow night at 7:30 PM ET? I 
told them I'd have to ask you since I know you might be having dinner with Mary, Mae tomorrow? 

Let me know. Happy to push back on the timing. 

Thanks. 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
mfisher@hillaryclinton.com 
c: 858.395.1741 


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From: "Mae Podesta" <mpodesta@amail.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 7/24/2014 5:28:47 AM 

Subject: Fwd: Mai Thi Cashion 


Begin forwarded message: 

From: Joe Cashion < joecashion@yahoo.com > 
Date: July 23, 2014 at 20:04:43 EDT 
To: Joe Cashion < joecashion@vahoo.com > 
Subject: Mai Thi Cashion 


Dear Friends, 

As some of you know, my sister Mai passed away unexpectedly last month. For those of you who knew 
Mai, I thought you’d like to see the link to the obituary in this week’s MacLeans magazine, and for those 
who didn’t, I think it captures her pretty well. Mai was a lot of fun and taught me a great deal over the 
years, and her death has taught me that there is no shame in mental illness. 

I hope you’re all doing well, 

Joe 

http://www.macleans.ca/societv/life/mai-thi-neoc-tran-cashion-1974-2014/ 


Mai Thi Ngoc Tran Cashion, 1974-2014 

A child of the Vietnam War, she survived Operation Babylift. In a search for inner peace 
she was a nanny, Buddhist and dog walker. 

Read more... 


Mai Thi Ngoc Tran Cashion was born in Vmh Long, Vietnam, on July 25, 1974. Her parents are listed as "unknown" on 
her birth certificate, and what became of them is lost to history. 

Decent record-keeping was a casualty in the last, tumultuous days of the Vietnam War. Countless Vietnamese and 
Vietnamese-American children were orphaned, abandoned, or separated from their families. 

Eight-month-old Mai was evacuated in the U.S. government's Operation Babylift, which transported about 3,300 
children from South Vietnam to adoptive parents around the world. 

The first flight out— in a C-5A Galaxy built for transporting tanks, not infants— departed on April 4, 1975. Not long after 
takeoff, the rear cargo door blew off at 23,000 feet, forcing the pilot to crash-land in a rice paddy. More than 150 
people died, including at least 78 children. 

Meanwhile in Fredericton, N.B., Peter and Marie Cashion, a biochemist and a special education professor, sat stunned in 
front of the television. They'd already bonded with the little girl they planned to adopt, though all they had of Mai was a 
snapshot. 

The adoption agency confirmed their fears: Mai was on the doomed flight. Thirty-six children aboard were headed to 
families in Canada. Eighteen had survived, but the agency didn't know if Mai was among them. The following evening, 
Marie recalls nursing a gin and tonic, seized by anxiety, when the call came. Mai was alive and on her way home. 


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Early on, their baby seemed shell-shocked and passive. She wouldn't roll over or grasp a toy. 

It didn't last. Mai was surrounded by loving parents and two siblings, Peter Jr., 5, and Amy, 3, who were overjoyed to 
have a sister. The listless toddler blossomed into a voracious reader and an outgoing, whip-smart tomboy with incredible 
soccer finesse. 

Mai and her brother Joe, two years her junior, roamed streets and backyards in Fredericton with neighbourhood kids. 
She was a natural ringleader and could command a crowd. 

"There was no one better at being bad," Joe remembers. 

The family bred golden retriever puppies in their garage. That was the beginning of Mai's love for animals, one constant 
in her life of near-constant change. 

She was a teen when depression reared, for the first of many times. 

That kicked off a long period of journeying, seeking, searching. Nobody knew what for, maybe not even Mai. 

She started university twice, dropping out each time. She turned her sights west to Banff, where she befriended the 
owner of a vegetarian restaurant and traded meals for dishwashing duty. Tiring of that, at age 20 she bought a 
motorcycle and rode it all the way home to Fredericton. 

Mai's best friend, Anna Silk, begged her to take a breath. 

"She threw herself fully into whatever she was doing, but she was very extreme," Anna says. "She took a lot of things to 
heart. She was so sensitive to the world." 

In 1996, Marie and Mai travelled to Vietnam, digging for Mai's roots but turning up nothing. Mai stayed for a year 
teaching English. Then she became a nanny in Belgium for a year. After that, she took a job as a model in Spain for a 
while. 

Mai's capacity to shock was bottomless. In late 1998 she joined a Buddhist monastery in France. The $25,000 or so she 
had from a fund for Babylift survivors was divvied up among her friends. The next year, she appeared at Peter Jr.'s 
wedding sporting a long nun's gown and a shaved head. 

Mai left the cloistered life after three years, but she never gave up searching for inner peace. 

In 2004, she settled in Montreal. She found work with an insurance company, which didn't suit her. She earned a black 
belt in Kung Fu. Channeling her oldest passion, she started a dog walking business. 

She never married or had children and never wanted to. Instead, she forged fierce friendships with just about anyone 
who crossed her path. 

During a recent visit to Montreal, Peter Jr. waited for Mai outside her apartment while she checked in with a nearby 
homeless man. 

"It was, ’Hey Mai, how's it going?' 'Hi Larry, how are you doing?' " he recalls with a laugh. 

In Montreal Mai acquired one of her dearest friends, a Boston Terrier named Wiggles. 

She brought the dog along when, suffering from some health problems and a vengeful relapse into depression, Mai 
moved back in with her parents just before Christmas 2013. She attempted suicide in May and spent some time in 
hospital. 

On June 17, Mai told her parents she was spending the night with a friend. The friend left for a night shift, and Mai left 
sometime afterwards, letting him believe she'd gone home. Her parents reported her missing the next day. 

For the second time in their lives, Peter and Marie Cashion went to bed not knowing if their daughter was dead or alive. 
But this time when they received a call, the news was bad. On June 21, 2014, police found Mai's body in Fredericton's 
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From: "Heather Boushev" <HBoushey@equitablearowth.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 8/5/2015 12:32:06 PM 

Subject: Re: Urgent -- we have an ask from Wyss for a proposal 


Thank you! Sorry for the rush — I had no idea Wyss would want us to move in less than a week. 

Best, 

Heather 


AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 

Heather Boushey 

Executive Director and Chief Economist 
Washington Center for Equitable Growth 
1333 H Street, NW, 2nd Floor 
Washington, DC 20005 

hboushev@eauitablegrowth.org 
www.Eauitablegrowth.org 
Desk: (202) 545-3341 
Twitter: @hboushey 


From: John Podesta 

Date: Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 3:30 PM 

To: Heather Boushey 

Cc: Carmel Martin, Eryn Sepp, Ed Paisley 

Subject: Re: Urgent -- we have an ask from Wyss for a proposal 

I discussed overall financial picture with Herb and Steve. Following up tomorrow. Will get back on broader 
picture, but don't see any red flags that would hold up Wyss proposal. 

On Wednesday, August 5, 2015, Heather Boushey < HBoushey@equitablearowth.ora > wrote: 

Hello Carmel and John, 

One clarification that I didn't get quite right below: the budget is for 2016, so this is the one that the Sandlers have approved. 
The CAP board only approved our 2015 budget. Therefore, the new hires we have planned will not match what CAP finance has. 
Perhaps this is more for John, then, that the budget is derived from what the Sandlers and he have seen. 

Please do let me know whether we will be able to do this grant application and meet the Wyss timetable. 

Best, 

Heather 


Heather Boushey 

Executive Director and Chief Economist 
Washington Center for Equitable Growth 
1333 H Street, NW, 2nd Floor 
Washington, DC 20005 

hboushey@equitablegrowth.org 
www.Eauitablegrowth.org 
Desk: (202) 545-3341 
Twitter: @hboushey 


From: Heather Boushey 

Date: Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 12:39 PM 

To: Carmel Martin 

Cc: John Podesta, Eryn Sepp, Ed Paisley 

Subject: Urgent -- we have an ask from Wyss for a proposal 

Hello Carmel, 

Last night, Matt Hollamby from the Wyss Foundation said they wanted a $500k grant proposal from Equitable Growth and it's 
due Monday. I did not have advance notice on this — he and I had been trying to find a time to talk for over a month — but 
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some advance work. As is, my team will be here over the weekend to make this happen. 

As you know, we've applied for our 501(c)3 status and now we are expediting that process. Wyss would like to fund us in our 
new status if it comes through by November?. However, we need to apply from CAP'S tax status and I realize you then have 
responsibility until we are independent. 

Our contract budget person, Debbie Feinberg, is putting the proposal budget together, based entirely using the budget that the 
CAP board approved in July. 

Can we discuss how to expedite CAP approvals from Legal, Finance, and Neera so we can make this happen? 

Best, 

Heather 


Heather Boushey 

Executive Director and Chief Economist 
Washington Center for Equitable Growth 
1333 H Street, NW, 2nd Floor 
Washington, DC 20005 

hboushey@equitableerowth.ore 
www.Equitableerowth.ore 
Desk: (202) 545-3341 
Twitter: @hboushey 


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From: "Ervn Sepp" <esepp@americanproaress.ora> 

T o: John.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 7/1/2015 10:39:37 AM 

Subject: FW: NSIP management transition 


FYI 

From: Vikram Singh 

Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2015 10:26 AM 
To: All Staff 

Cc: Nathan Fenstermacher; Ken Sofer 
Subject: NSIP management transition 

Dear CAP team, 

As many of you know, we are losing Ken Sofer to graduate school at Princeton. FH is last day is today, and he will be missed by 
people all across CAP. As Associate Director, Ken has been invaluable to the whole team. Please join NSIP in wishing him great 
success in his next adventure. 

At the same time, we are incredibly fortunate to welcome our new Managing Director, Nathan Fenstermacher, who will start 
tomorrow! You all know Nathan as CAP'S stalwart MD for Government Affairs, and we couldn't be happier to have him join 
National Security. Nathan will help manage the whole team and coordinate our work within the organization and with external 
partners on the Flill and beyond. So please join us in welcoming Nathan to his new role! 

Best, 

Vikram 

Vikram J. Singh 
Vice President 

National Security and International Policy 
Center for American Progress 


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From: "Catherine Chieco" <crchieco@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 12/26/2014 7:1 1 :28 AM 

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From: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1/1 1/2016 8:47:54 AM 

Subject: Dan is upstairs at Cosi 


Whenever you're ready. 
Thanks! 


Milia Fisher 

Special Assistant to the Chair 
Hillary for America 
mfisher@hillaryclinton.com 
c: 858.395.1741 


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From: john.podesta@amail.com 

T o: "Rahm Emanuel" <rahm@friendsofrahmemanuel.com> 

Date: 1 1/4/2008 3:51 :17 PM 

Subject: I have to talk to you asap 


Please call 202-481-8128. 

Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile 


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From: "Vicki Arroyo" <arroyo@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

"Sepp, Ervn" <Ervn M Sepp@who.eop.gov> 
Date: 10/22/2014 4:14:27 AM 

Subject: Thank you so much! 


Dear John and Eryn - 

Thank you both so much for squeezing us in yesterday in the midst of John's busy schedule. Our state advisors, funders, faculty 
and staff truly appreciated John's engagement, and John's remarks touched many themes that we had been discussing all 
morning about what we can best do to play a positive role at the nexus of state and federal policy on the power plan, resilience, 
transportation, and on engaging at the community level as well. 

I look forward to seeing John soon as I'll be coming with a group (led by Kathleen Welch) to the White House tomorrow morning 
to discuss convenings around the power plan across regions. 

Once again, thanks so much for your hard and great work and for your generous engagement with the states and Georgetown! 

All best, 

Vicki 


Vicki Arroyo 

Executive Director, Georgetown Climate Center 

Asst. Dean, Centers & Institutes, Professor from Practice, and Environmental Law Program Director, Georgetown Law 
(202) 661-6556 
Cell: (202) 390-0172 


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T o: "MarvS. Podesta" <podesta.mary@amail.com> 

Date: 9/18/2015 7:08:47 PM 

Subject: Leaving 1/2 hour late 


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From: "Sara Latham" <Sara.Latham@ptt.aov> 

T o: "John Podesta" <John.Podesta@ptt.aov> 

john.podesta@amail.com 
Date: 1 1/12/2008 12:55:15 PM 

Subject: REMINDER - 8am STAFF mtg on Thursday 


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From: "Ian Mandel" <ian@proaressiveaccountability.ora> 

T o: biacampaian@aooalearoups.com 

"Ian Mandel" <ian@proaressiveaccountability.ora> 
Date: 8/18/2008 1 1:03:25 AM 

Subject: [big campaign] IE Watch 8/18 


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From: "Ann O'Leary" <aoleary@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Mandv Grunwald" <aruncom@aol.com> 

Date: 2/7/2016 3:52:50 PM 

Subject: Re: Bankruptcy follow up 


Just to be really clear about what the women Senators would be saying... we are trying to get them to make the 
point that HRC was NOT an outlier voting with Wall Street, but rather than they all were working together to try 
to make improvements to the bill for women and children and so strategically moved the bill forward and then all 
the liberal Dems voted against it when it came back in 2005 (as HRC would have done and put out a statement 
out but for WJC's heart attack). 

We are NOT, however, re-litigating whether we made enough progress on women and children issues to justify 
the vote but I think it is critical that we make really, really clear that HRC was not alone. 

I will get up and get on 8 am ET call in case there are questions and I'll try to get the Mikulski and Murray 
statements before then so we at least know what they'd be saying if we need to or want to deploy. 

On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 10:38 PM, Mandy Grunwald < gruncom@aol.com > wrote: 

I understand why HRC wants the statements in hand, and we may well need them to back us up for 
Thursday's debate, but if we put them out, we should all be clear that we will inflame Senator Warren further. 

As Ann knows, Elizabeth believes the facts are simply not on our side and she has a very good case that we 
do not want her to feel pressed to make to the media. 

If we can deal with tomorrow's stories without putting out Sen Murrays statement and/or Sen Milkulskis (if we 
get one), it would be preferable. 

I probably won't be on the 8 am call, I'm taking an 8:30 plane. Heading back to NH. 

If anyone has questions, they can call me now. 

Thx 

Mandy Grunwald 
Grunwald Communications 
202 973-9400 


On Feb 7, 2016, at 10:30 PM, Ann O'Leary < aoleary@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


Murray is a yes, but still working on what she is comfortable saying. Mikulski is still mulling. Judy and 
Marcia and ready to be responsive but not put out statement. 

I will get up by 8 am ET on get back on this with goal of getting you statements in hand from Murray and 
Mikulski by 9 or 10 am ET and with info on what Marica/Judy will say if asked by same time frame. 

OK? 

On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 9:58 PM, Jennifer Palmieri < jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
Understanding Mandy's concerns. ...HRC is anxious to get these statements in hand tonight or 
tomorrow am at latest. Ann - think they will come through? 

Sent from my iPhone 

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Hi all - 

Here is a full update on where we are: 

(1) Mikulski, Murray and Boxer - Talked to all three of COSs. Mikulski and Murray COSs are 
reaching out to their bosses to ask them to do supportive statement and make clear that we all 
were working to make changes for women and children and voted to move the bill forward and 
work to continue to strengthen it. Boxer didn't vote because of a family situation, but 
unfortunately told the LA Times that she would have voted against it. So we shouldn't 
proactively put her out there, but if asked or called upon she will praise HRC for the work they did 
on the credit card amendment and make clear that she understands why all of the other women 
Democratic Senators voted for the bill. 

(2) Women's Groups - We cannot put something out proactive here b/c the record just isn't good. 
But, if called, Judy and Marcia are also prepared to say that Hillary fought really hard for 
changes, was with the other women Senators, and committed to keep working with them to 
strengthen the bill. Here are the statements that they put out in 2001 that don't help us: 

https://web.archive.org/web/2001 05201 43637/http://nwlc.ora/details.cfm?id=640&section=newsroom 

https://web.archive.ora/web/2001 07 111 80022/http://www.nwlc.ora/details.cfm?id=637&section=newsroom 

So .... next steps - waiting for final sign off from Mikulski and Murray. Also, Tony, their team wants any statements they made in 
2005 too and wants to confirm they voted against it when it came back. 

Jen/Kristina - Do you need to get this out tonight or is tomorrow morning ok? Both COS are working to get them on record 
today, but both Senators are in home districts doing events. 

Thanks, 

Ann 


On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 5:34 PM, Tony Carrk < tca rrk@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
Here is Murray's floor statement. Mulkulski does not appear to have made one 


Mrs. MURRAY. Mr. President, I rise to express my support for the bankruptcy reform 
legislation. This legislation offers an imperfect but fairly balanced approach to reforming the 
bankruptcy system. Through the amendment process we have improved the bill, but it could be 
more fair to all sectors of our society. I am disappointed some good amendments that would 
have improved the legislation were rejected. The bankruptcy reform legislation that passed the 
House a couple of weeks ago is less friendly to individuals in adverse circumstances not of 
their own doing. If this bankruptcy reform bill is weakened in conference, I will have a hard time 
supporting it. I will likely oppose a conference agreement that looks at all like the House bill. In 
recent years, consumer bankruptcy filings have dramatically increased. We debated 
bankruptcy reform in the last two Congresses. Those discussions showed our desire to elevate 
personal responsibility in consumer financial transactions; to prevent bankruptcy filings from 
being used by consumers as a financial planning tool; and, to recapture the stigma associated 
with a bankruptcy filing. It is clear the system is broke, and bankruptcy reform is needed. I 
voted for bankruptcy reform in both the 105th and 106th Congresses, and I plan to vote for this 
bill. Despite these votes, I have reservations about how the unintended consequences of this 
bill will affect the less fortunate. The bill will have an enormous impact on women and child 
support. The largest growing group of filers are women, usually single mothers. The bill’s 
overall philosophy of pushing debtors from chapter 7 to chapter 13 will have an unintended 
effect on women. They usually have fewer means and are more susceptible to crafty creditors 
seeking to intimidate and reaffirm their debts. They need the protection of chapter 7, but could 
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to prioritize domestic obligations. Under the provisions of this bill, women will find themselves 
competing with powerful commercial creditors for necessary resources, such as past-due child 
support, from spouses who are in bankruptcy. It is unfair to place the critical needs of families 
and single mothers trying to survive behind those of welloff commercial creditors. Another 
problem with this bill is the new filing requirements are very complex, which could result in 
unintended discrimination against lower-income individuals and families. Many low-income 
families don’t have the means to combat most creditors. Because debtors must prove they are 
filing for legitimate reasons, those without the means to combat powerful commercial interests 
will be placed at an unfair disadvantage. I was also disappointed that the U.S. Senate failed to 
adopt some very good amendments that would have significantly improved the bill. Senator 
KOHL offered an amendment that would have limited the practice of wealthy debtors shielding 
themselves from creditors in bankruptcy behind State homestead exemption laws that allow 
them to shelter large amounts of money in a new home. His amendment would have placed a 
national cap on this exemption, and limited the abusive practice of sheltering large amounts of 
money in large homes. I supported this needed amendment, but it was rejected on the floor of 
the Senate. Several amendments were also offered that would have restricted the marketing to 
and use of credit cards by young people. Credit card companies are aggressively marketing to 
young people, and many young people are getting into massive debt. Companies should only 
be allowed to offer credit cards to those who can pay for them. Finally, I am disappointed that 
amendments were rejected that would have limited predatory lending practices. Some of these 
predatory loans can have interest rates over 100%. I was pleased to see that the bill included 
language to end the practice of using the bankruptcy code to escape civil punishment for 
violence, intimidation or threats against individuals using family planning services. This 
provision was added in the Judiciary Committee and greatly improves the bill. It ensures that 
those who violate the law cannot escape justice through the bankruptcy laws. This critical 
provision of this bill that must not be stripped or drastically changed in conference. Overall, this 
is a decent bill that will improve on the current abuses of the bankruptcy system. While I have 
concerns over many of this bill’s provisions, I hope they can be dealt with in conference or in 
future legislation. This bill should be strengthened in conference, not weakened as has 
happened to other versions of bankruptcy legislation. I will closely examine a conference 
agreement with this in mind before voting to send this legislation to the President. 
[Congressional Record, 3/15/01 ] 


Sent from my iPhone 

On Feb 7, 2016, at 4:19 PM, Ann O'Leary < aoleary@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

She said women groups were all pressuring her to vote for it. Evidence does not support 
that statement. 

If anyone can jump on call, I'm in the line. 

718-737-9168 , NO PIN 


Ann O’Leary 

Sent from my iPhone 

(51 01 717-5518 (cell) 

On Feb 7, 2016, at 1:16 PM, Kristina Schake < kschake@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


What did she say that was wrong? 


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On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Ann O'Leary < aoleary@hillaryclinton.com > 
wrote: 

Hi all - 

We have a problem. HRC overstayed her case this morning in a pretty big way. 
Marcia, Judy and I have been figuring out what we could say that doesn't 
contradict their 2001 statement. But my other idea is to have women Senators 
who all voted for it to put out statement. 

Mandy, Gary and I jumping on phone at4:15. If folks can join, please dial in: 
718-737-9168 , NO PIN 


Ann O’Leary 

Sent from my iPhone 

(5101 717-5518 (cell) 

On Feb 7, 2016, at 1 :08 PM, Jennifer Palmieri < jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com > 
wrote: 


Hi, Ann. Have you been able to reach them? Really hoping to get this out today. 


From: Ann O'Leary lmailto: aolearviS) hi llaryclinton.com ] 

Sent: Sunday, February 7, 2016 12:11 PM 

To: Jennifer Palmieri < jpalmieri(S)hillarvclinton.com > 

Cc: Jake Sullivan < is u 1 1 i va n @ hillarvclinton.com >; Mandy Grunwald 
< eruncom(S) aol.com >: Tony Carrk < tcarrk(S)hillarvclinton.com >; Kristina Schake 
< kschake@ hillarvclinton.com >; Christina Reynolds 

< crevnolds@hillarvclinton.com >: Maya Harris < mharris@hillarvclinton.com >;John 
Podesta < iohn.podesta@email.com > 

Subject: Re: Bankruptcy follow up 


Good idea. Let me call them this morning and get on it. 


On Sun, Feb 7, 2016 at 1 1:59 AM, Jennifer Palmieri 
< jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Adding Ann O'Leary. Can you help us get Judy L and Marcia G to put 
out a statement backing HRC up on bankruptcy bill. 


Sent from my iPhone 


On Feb 7, 2016, at 11:51 AM, Jake Sullivan 
< jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


We should. 


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On Feb 7, 2016, at 1 1 :38 AM, Mandy Grunwald < 
aruncom@aol.com > wrote: 


Since HRC spent so much time on 2001 bankruptcy bill today, 
should we get Marcia Greenberger and Judy Lichtman and 
other women's group advocates to put out statements backing 
up her story and attacking BS? 


Mandy Grunwald 
Grunwald Communications 
202 973-9400 


On Feb 7, 2016, at 7:14 AM, Tony Carrk 
< tca rrk@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


To be ready for them to air the clip 


ELIZABETH WARREN: She voted in favor of it. 
BILL MOYERS: Why? 

ELIZABETH WARREN: As Senator Clinton, the 
pressures are very different. It’s a well-financed 
industry. You know a lot of people don’t realize that 
the industry that gave the most money to 
Washington over the past few years was not the oil 
industry, was not pharmaceuticals. It was 
consumer credit products. Those are the people. 
The credit card companies have been giving money, 
and they have influence. 

BILL MOYERS: And Mrs. Clinton was one of 
them as senator. 

ELIZABETH WARREN: She has taken money 
from the groups, and more to the point, she worries 
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BILL MOYERS: But what does this mean though 
to these people, these millions of people out there 
whom the politicians cavort in front of as favoring 
the middle class, and then are beholden to the 
powerful interests that undermine the middle 
class? What does this say about politics today? 

ELIZABETH WARREN: You know this is the 
scary part about democracy today. It’s... We’re 
talking again about the impact of money. The credit 
industry on this bankruptcy bill has spent tens of 
millions of dollars lobbying, and as their profits 
grow, they just throw more into lobbying for how 
they can get laws that will make it easier and easier 
and easier to drain money out of the pockets of 
middle class families. 


Ann O'Leary 
Senior Policy Advisor 
Hillary for America 
Cell: 510-717-5518 


Kristina Schake | Communications 
Hillary for America 



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Hillary for America 


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Ann O'Leary 
Senior Policy Advisor 
Hillary for America 
Cell: 510-717-5518 


Ann O'Leary 
Senior Policy Advisor 
Hillary for America 
Cell: 510-717-5518 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: DMCOS <DMCOS@who.eop.aov> 

Date: 10/10/2015 2:46:54 PM 

Subject: Re: On second thought .... 


Be there at 6:30. 

On Oct 10, 2015 8:00 PM, "DMCOS" < DMCOS@who. eop.gov > wrote: 

John, 

Can you come here in the AM? The guys mapped the route from here around all the road closures, so it males most sense to go 
from here. 

Then we'll leave here at 0630 for the race. 

Our address is 

7110 Woodland Avenue 
Takoma Park. MD 

Cool? 

DM 


From: DMCOS 

Sent: Saturday, October 10, 2015 07:47 PM 

To: ' John.podesta@amail.com ' < John. podesta@amail.com > 

Subject: Re: If I haven't been PNG'd 

We'll be there by 0700. 

What's the address again? 


From: John Podesta [mailto: iohn.podesta@amail.com ] 
Sent: Saturday, October 10, 2015 04:34 PM 
To: DMCOS 

Subject: Re: If I haven't been PNG'd 
I'll be ready. Give me an eta. 


On Saturday, October 10, 2015, DMCOS < DMCOS@who.eop.aov > wrote: 

Swinging by your house if easy. 


From: John Podesta [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com ] 

Sent: Saturday, October 10, 2015 12:49 PM 
To: DMCOS 

Subject: Re: If I haven't been PNG'd 

Great, but if easier I can make my way to WH. 

On Saturday, October 10, 2015, DMCOS <DMCOS@who. eop.gov > wrote: 

How about we pick you up on our way in? 

We'll have Anna (sister), Jimmy (brother), Paul (bro-in-law). And we can pick you up en route. 
Cool? 

If yes. I'll send a note later on exact time. And would be great if you could send address. 

DM 


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From: John Podesta [mailto:john.podesta@gmail.com ] 

Sent: Saturday, October 10, 2015 12:03 PM 
To: DMCOS 

Subject: If I haven't been PNG'd 

Want to try to meet up for the race tomorrow? I can come to your house or meet you at 17th and Penn 
and go over to the Pentagon together. I could try to meet you over there too, but that's more of a zoo. 


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From: 

"Bulletin News Network" <Clinton-Editors(a)BulletinNews.com> 

To: 

bulletin(S)hillarvclinton.com 


clips(a)hillaryclinton.com 

Date: 

3/6/2008 11:33:24 PM 

Subject: 

Hillary For President News Briefing for Friday, March 07, 2008 

Attachments: 

ClintonNewsBriefing080307.doc 


HILLARY FOR PRESIDENT NEWS BRIEFING (Executive Version) 

Full version is attached and available online at http://www.bulletinnews.com/clinton 

TO: CLINTON CAMPAIGN 

DATE: FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 2008 6:30 AM EST 

TODAY'S TABLE OF CONTENTS 

SEN. CLINTON'S CAMPAIGN: 

+ Democrats Ponder Primary Do-Overs In Florida, Michigan. 

+ Analysis: Clinton Can't Overtake Obama's Delegate Lead Without Superdelegates. 

+ Texas Democratic Caucus Still Unresolved. 

+ Breaking Record, Obama Raised $55 Million In February. 

+ Clinton Aide Likens Obama To Ken Starr. 

+ Clinton Camp Denies Telling Canada Not To Worry About NAFTA Stance. 

+ Wyoming Influential In Democratic Politics At Last. 

+ Chelsea Clinton Addresses University Of Pennsylvania Crowd. 

+ Archivists At Clinton Library Block Release Of Pardon Documents. 

+ Bill Clinton's Accoona "Windfall" Noted. 

+ Obama Lectures Press On Plane For "Going All Squishy" On Clinton. 

+ Rezko Attorney Cites Obama In Opening Statement. 

Sen. Clinton's Campaign: 

DEMOCRATS PONDER PRIMARY DO-OVERS IN FLORIDA, MICHIGAN. The Politico (3/7) blogger Ben 
Smith reports, "A climactic showdown over counting the votes of Democrats in Florida and Michigan is fast 
descending into a round of haggling over who will pay to re-run those states' primaries. ... The details of re- 
votes in those two states remain uncertain, as relatively weak political players spent the day calling on one 
another to take action. Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean demanded that the state parties 
sort it out on their own. Florida Sen. Bill Nelson, in turn, called on Dean to take charge. ... Top officials in both 
Florida and Michigan said the mechanics of the primaries are becoming clear. In Florida, officials favor a primary 
conducted by mail. In Michigan, the likely solution is a 'firehouse caucus,' a process with fewer locations and 
shorter hours than a primary, but more open and flexible to voters than caucuses elsewhere." 

The Financial Times (3/7, Luce) reports, "Hillary Clinton on Thursday made headway towards reinstating the 
excluded delegates from Michigan and Florida, in a move that is likely to add to the fissile atmosphere between 
her campaign and that of Barack Obama. ... After pressure from the Clinton campaign, Howard Dean, the 
chairman of the Democratic National Committee, said on Thursday he would be open to allowing both states to 
restage their primary elections in June but at their own expense." 

The New York Times (3/7, Broder, 1.1 8M) reports, "With the two Democratic presidential candidates in near- 
deadlock and battling for every delegate, party leaders and the rival campaigns started searching in earnest on 
Thursday for a way to seat barred delegations from Florida and Michigan. But they remained deeply divided 
over how to do so. ... Much remains to be settled. Among the issues are what kind of contests to hold, when to 
hold them, how to allocate the delegates and, critically, who picks up the multimillion-dollar tab in each state. ... 

In a sign of growing involvement by party leaders, Speaker Nancy Pelosi met privately Thursday with [Clinton 
adviser Harold] Ickes and Maggie Williams, Mrs. Clinton's campaign manager, and discussed, among other 
topics, the Florida and Michigan primary problem, the tone of the campaign and the role of superdelegates." The 

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two campaigns "are talking through surrogates and party leaders about a variety of options." 

The Washington Post (3/7, A1 , Balz, 723K) reports on its front page, "The stakes are huge." As a result, 

"Elected officials from Michigan and Florida have called on the national committee to relent, arguing that to do 
otherwise means disenfranchising several million voters from two battleground states. DNC Chairman Howard 
Dean has been equally firm in arguing that changing the rules could split the party and undermine confidence in 
the entire nominating process." So far, "there is more stalemate than progress." 

The Los Angeles Times (3/7, Nicholas, Finnegan, 881 K) reports that "prominent Democrats are floating possible 
solutions that would include new presidential nominating contests in Florida and Michigan, or a compromise 
forged by a special committee of party elders. ... One alternative mentioned now by the Florida Democratic Party 
is a vote-by-mail election. ... With no consensus in sight, some officials said it was time to convene a committee 
of party elders. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II (D-Mo.) said that he was so worried about Democratic infighting over 
the election that he was urging Dean to appoint such a panel to recommend a strategy to resolve the disputes." 

Financing Elections Emerging As Hang Up. The CBS Evening News (3/6, story 8, 2:30, Cordes, 7.66M) 
reported, "There was more talk today about primary do-overs ... But nobody wants to be stuck with the tab." ABC 
World News (3/6, story 5, 2:30, Tapper, 8.78M) reported, "Another fight consuming the Democratic Party during 
this campaign with no clear end in sight is whether Florida and Michigan can hold re-votes ... So far, no one is 
willing to foot the $15 million to $20 million bill. Late news on this story, Senator Clinton has told US News and 
World Report that she opposes any attempt to have a revote in Florida. And she 'will not accept a caucus' in 
Michigan. She, of course, has lost 13 of the 15 caucuses so far this year. For his part, Senator Obama says he 
will abide by whatever the Democratic Party decides." 

NBC Nightly News (3/6, story 5, 2:15, Mitchell, 9.87M) reported, "No one is willing to pay for new elections in 
Michigan and Florida possibly costing $25 million. And today Michigan's Democratic governor ruled it out for her 
state." 

Florida Gov. Charlie Crist was asked on CNN's The Situation Room (3/6, Blitzer) about Sen. Bill Nelson's 
suggestion that the Democratic National Committee pay for a Democratic presidential primary in Florida. Crist 
replied, "I wouldn't oppose that at all. ... The difficulty we have for our Florida taxpayers paying for it is the fact 
that they've paid for it once, number one, and, number two, we're in a tight budget year. But I think Sen. Nelson 
is on the right track." On MSNBC's Hardball (3/6, Matthews), Crist said, "In an ideal world, what we'd like to see 
is the Democrats seat the delegates who have already really been selected as a result of the fact that we had a 
record turnout vote on January 29 here. ... They wanted to have their voice heard. They wanted to make sure, 
half of the voters of the Sunshine State, that their votes were not disenfranchised." 

LATimes Supports "Do-Overs" For Florida, Michigan. The Los Angeles Times (3/7. 881 K) editorializes, 
"It's time to declare an electoral Groundhog Day for Florida and Michigan and allow voters there another chance 
to help choose the Democratic presidential nominee. Ordinarily, this page objects to mulligans, do-overs and 
last-minute changes that erode respect for the rules of fair play. But there is a way to put the increasingly wacky 
nominating contest back on track, giving voters a say without rewarding the errant state politicians who broke 
the rules in the first place. ... It's the responsibility of the state officials who broke the rules to find the money to 
fix this problem -- and voters must demand they do it." 

Florida Democrats Consider Primary By Mail. McClatchv (3/7, Clark) reports, "With pressure to resolve 
the Florida Democratic primary's renegade status intensifying, the state party is looking at the possibility of 
giving voters a chance to cast a second ballot in the presidential primary -- by mail. The party has all but ruled 
out as too costly holding an election in which voters would go to the polls, but is looking at a mail-in contest." 
Florida Democratic Sen. and Hillary Clinton backer Bill Nelson "called on the" DNC "Thursday to foot the bill for a 
revote. But" DNC "Chairman Howard Dean earlier in the day refused. ... Dean said the party has two options: 
Schedule a re-vote or appeal to a party committee convening this summer to recognize the Jan. 29 vote. But he 
appeared to warn the states against waiting until just before the August convention in Denver." 

ANALYSIS: CLINTON CAN'T OVERTAKE OBAMA'S DELEGATE LEAD WITHOUT 
SUPERDELEGATES. The AP (3/7, Ohlemacher) reports, "Hillary Rodham Clinton won't catch Barack Obama 
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contest. But Obama cannot win the nomination with just his pledged primary and caucus delegates either, 
according to an analysis by The Associated Press. That sets the stage for a pitched battle for support among 
'superdelegates' ... In the overall race for the nomination, Obama has 1 ,569 delegates, to 1 ,462 for Clinton, 
according to the latest AP tally. The lobbying of superdelegates has been fierce, with at least six Clinton 
superdelegates switching to Obama. So far, none of Obama's superdelegates has strayed, at least not publicly." 

The Wall Street Journal (3/7, A4, Calmes, 2.06M) reports, "Sen. Barack Obama is all but certain to keep his lead 
in delegates through the last contest in June. He still won't have enough to be nominee. But he'll need a lot 
fewer superdelegates to put him over the top than Sen. Hillary Clinton. ... Fewer than 1 ,000 delegates remain; 

61 1 in the final dozen contests ... Look for the candidates to split the 61 1 delegates ... Sen. Obama would need 
147 more; Sen. Clinton 261 . That makes the uncommitted 346 superdelegates the deciders (although the 
previously committed others can change their minds). Sen. Obama would need to snare four out of 1 0 of the 
uncommitted. Sen. Clinton would need 75% of them. The one calculation that could help give her the lead: 
adding the big Florida and Michigan delegations." 

Clinton Wins Freeze Superdelegates' Effort To Get Her To Quit. Bloomberg News (3/6. Jensen, 
Goldman) says Clinton's primary victories this week "helped freeze a movement of top Democrats set to call on 
her to concede to rival Barack Obama. A group of uncommitted 'superdelegates' were ready to make a show of 
support for Obama by trying to pressure Clinton to give up," according to ex-Rep. Tim Roemer, who is "rounding 
up backers for Obama. Now, after her wins in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island, many will still back Obama without 
calling on Clinton to quit, he said." 

The New York Times (3/6, Nagourney, Hulse, 1.1 8M) says Clinton's victories "barely dented" Obama's lead in 
delegates, "but they seemed to slow the Democratic Party establishment's move in his direction while giving her 
campaign time to try to turn the race in her favor." A second New York Times (3/6, Healy, 1 .18M) piece 
considers whether Clinton can "persevere to ultimately win the nomination," concluding that while "she faces a 
steep uphill climb in trying to overtake" Obama, "it is doable." Clinton advisers "are urging the remaining 448 
uncommitted superdelegates to sit tight and let the primary season play out before choosing a candidate." 

TEXAS DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS STILL UNRESOLVED. The AP (3/7, Shannon) reports, "Fewer than half 
of Texas' voting sites had reported the results by Thursday from Democratic caucuses Tuesday night that were 
so chaotic and overcrowded by record turnout that police were called to some polling places. So there's no 
winner yet for the caucuses ... As of Thursday afternoon, Sen. Barack Obama was ahead with 56 percent to 
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's 44 percent based on reports to state party headquarters by 41 percent of the 
precinct caucuses." Caucus officials "are required only to mail the results of their caucuses to their county party 
chairmen 72 hours after the primary election day." Another reason for slow reporting is unexpected turnout of 
"4.2 million, a third of the state's registered voters." 

BREAKING RECORD, OBAMA RAISED $55 MILLION IN FEBRUARY. ABC World News (3/6, story 5, 
2:30, Gibson, 8.78M) reported, "Now, we turn to presidential politics. The Clinton campaign has announced it 
has raised $4 million just since Tuesday. The Obama campaign countered by saying it raised a record $55 
million in the month of February." 

NBC Nightly News (3/6. story 5, 2:15, Mitchell, 9.87M) reported of the Obama campaign, "breaking all fund- 
raising records for February by collecting $55 million, $20 million more than Clinton. Chuck Todd, NBC News 
political director: "Fifty-five million in a month is unbelievable." 

Clinton Has Raised $4 Million Since Tuesday. The AP (3/7, Kuhnhenn) reports, "All told, Obama has 
raised $193 million during his yearlong bid for the White House. The campaign's announcement Thursday came 
two days after Obama lost three of four primaries to Clinton. ... Clinton's camp announced Thursday that she 
raised $4 million online since Tuesday's presidential primary successes in Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island. The 
Clinton campaign said it had raised the money from the time polls closed Tuesday through noon Thursday. It 
reported 30,000 new donors. The influx of money made their online total raised for this month $6 million, the 
campaign announced." 

CLINTON AIDE LIKENS OBAMA TO KEN STARR. The AP (3/7, Pickier) reports Sen. Hillary Clinton's 
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Clintons' chief nemesis of the 1990s. Clinton herself declined to comment on the comparison, made by her chief 
spokesman [Howard Wolfson] in a conference call with reporters and also in a memo distributed by the 
campaign." Wolfson said, "I for one do not believe that imitating Ken Starr is the way to win a Democratic primary 
election for president," in discussing Obama's announcement "that he plans to be more critical of Clinton's 
record. ... Obama spokesman Bill Burton said the comparison to Starr is 'absurd' when Clinton has been calling 
for more scrutiny of Obama's record." Asked about the Wolfson remarks, Clinton said, "I'm not going to respond 
to that." 

NBC Niahtlv News (3/6, story 5, 2:15, Mitchell, 9.87M) reported, "After Obama's losses this week, he has 
decided to get more aggressive. Prompting a top Clinton aide to say he was acting like Whitewater prosecutor 
Ken Starr, fighting words to most Democrats." The Chicago Tribune (3/7, Pearson, McCormick, 607K) called 
Wolfson's statement a furthering of the Clinton campaign's "efforts to portray her as a political victim." 

Clinton Blasts Obama On Foreign Policy. ABC World News (3/6. story 5, 2:30, Gibson, 8.78M) reported, 
"Senator Clinton took an opportunity to again argue that Senator Obama lacked the experience to be 
commander in chief." ABC (Tapper) added, "Some Democratic officials fear that Clinton now seems willing to do 
whatever it takes to defeat Obama, regardless of the risk that she may be irreparably harming him if he is the 
eventual Democratic nominee." Matthew Dowd, ABC News political contributor: "Everything that Hillary Clinton 
has been saying over the course of the last couple weeks are all great sound bites and great cuts for John 
McCain to use in the fall." 

CLINTON CAMP DENIES TELLING CANADA NOT TO WORRY ABOUT NAFTA STANCE. The 
Financial Times (3/7, Simon, Dombey) reports that the "dispute over Canada's involvement in the US presidential 
race took a new turn" as the Canadian government and Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign "both fended off 
allegations that Mrs Clinton's staff had told Ottawa not to worry about her stance" on NAFTA. CTV television 
reporters "said a senior Canadian official had told them in a casual conversation last week that Mrs Clinton's 
campaign had assured the Canadians that her promise to renegotiate Nafta should be taken 'with a grain of 
salt.'" The Clinton campaign "fiercely denied the suggestion." 

The Financial Times (3/7, Simon) also reports that Ian Brodie, chief of staff to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen 
Harper, "gave journalists the tip-off that led to the damaging story about Barack Obama's stance" on NAFTA, 
according to CTV staff. But CTV reporters say Brodie "told them that it was Hillary Clinton's campaign -- not Mr 
Obama's -- which had assured the Canadians that trade threats should not be taken too seriously. The Obama 
connection surfaced after checking the story with other sources." 

The Financial Times (3/7, Dombey, Simon) further reports, "Foreign governments have begun to rethink their 
own part in the US campaign" in the wake of "the leak of a Canadian government document last week detailing 
the views of Mr Obama's economic adviser on international trade." 

The AP (3/7, Gillies) reports, "Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff said someone in Hillary Rodham 
Clinton's campaign gave Canada back-channel assurances that her harsh words about the North American Free 
Trade Agreement were for political show ... The report comes just days after a Canadian government memo 
stated Barack Obama's senior economic adviser told Canadian officials that the Illinois senator's own comments 
about NAFTA were for 'political positioning.'" The Canadian Press "said a CTV reporter asked [Harper chief of 
staff Ian] Brodie about remarks by Clinton and Obama that they would seek to renegotiate NAFTA. 'He said 
someone from Clinton's campaign is telling the embassy to take it with a grain of salt. ... That someone called us 
and told us not to worry,' the journalist quoted Brodie as saying ... Clinton spokesman Phil Singer said the 
campaign 'flatly denied' the suggestion ... Some Democrats, as well as Canadian opposition parties, have 
accused Harper's Conservative government of meddling in the U.S. primary elections ... In Ottawa, Canadian 
opposition parties demanded Brodie be fired." 

WYOMING INFLUENTIAL IN DEMOCRATIC POLITICS AT LAST. The AP (3/7, Gruver) reports, "Not 
since 1960 have Wyoming Democrats felt so relevant. That year, at the Democratic National Convention, the 
state's delegation cast 15 votes that pushed Sen. John F. Kennedy over the top ... Wyoming Democrats are 
feeling relevant again as Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama focus on the 12 delegates at stake in 
Saturday's caucus. ... It remains unclear which Democrat might have an edge; no public polling has been done 
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whether Clinton's unpopularity would hurt other Democratic candidates in the West." Gov. Dave Frueudenthal, 
the state's top Democrat, "has said he doesn't like any of the candidates, Republican or Democratic, because 
they haven't spoken enough about Western issues. He hasn't endorsed anyone and will not say who, as a 
superdelegate, he will vote for at the national convention." 

The New York Times (3/7, Johnson, 1 .18M) reports similarly from Wyoming, "Being a Democrat in this state 
means that one's status in political life is rarely in question and rarely that good. ... This time, Democrats here 
say, it feels different. In contrast to all the dismally attended, demoralized Democratic presidential caucuses of 
past years, the outnumbered Democrats of Wyoming might actually have something to roar about. ... Around the 
state, caucus locations are being moved from living rooms to meeting halls. Here in Laramie County, the most 
populous, Democrats reserved the Cheyenne Civic Center, which will seat up to 1 ,500 people for an event that 
in the past has drawn maybe 250." 

CHELSEA CLINTON ADDRESSES UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CROWD. The New York Times 
(3/7, Seelye, 1.18M) reports Sen. Hillary Clinton "wasted no time planting her flag in the next big battleground 
state, sending" Chelsea Clinton to the University of Pennsylvania to speak to students. Chelsea told the 
students, "I hope you don't get tired of seeing me or seeing my family, because I have a feeling we'll be here a 
lot over the next number of weeks." MSNBC (3/6, Murray) reported on its website that the "informal Q&A session 
seemed to be geared towards connecting her mother with the youth vote and educating them on the candidate's 
issues and stances. Chelsea assured the audience that she believed in her mother 'not only as her daughter, 
but as a young woman and as a voter."' 

Clinton, Obama Put lowa-Caliber Effort Into Pennsylvania. The Washington Post (3/7. A8, Kornblut, 
Williams, 723K) says Clinton and Obama "are mounting campaign efforts in Pennsylvania on a scale not seen 
since the Iowa caucuses, even as the Obama campaign attempted to cast the April 22 contest as just another in 
a string of more than a dozen to go." Pennsylvania Democratic Party Chairman T.J. Rooney said, "It's Iowa on 
steroids." But "senior Obama advisers sought to play down the importance of Pennsylvania, which is full of the 
same kind of white, working-class voters who supported Clinton in Ohio and other states that she won." The 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (3/7. Rujumba, 229K) reports both campaigns "are scrambling to get supporters who 
are independents and Republicans to register as Democrats so they can vote in the April 22 primary." 

The Los Angeles Times (3/7, Frederick, 881 K) reports on the national attention that is expected to be applied to 
Pennsylvania in the coming weeks, noting that since it "bided its time and didn't muscle its way into the first 
frenetic weeks of the presidential primary process, it is about to be rewarded (or, some voters might think, 
cursed) with virtually unalloyed attention over the next 6 1/2 weeks from Democrats Hillary Rodham Clinton and 
Barack Obama." The Times sees Pennsylvania as "hospitable turf for Clinton. The state, which holds its primary 
April 22, should be hospitable turf for Clinton. A Rasmussen Reports poll conducted Wednesday -- fresh off her 
wins in Ohio and Texas -- gave her a 52%-37% lead." 

ARCHIVISTS AT CLINTON LIBRARY BLOCK RELEASE OF PARDON DOCUMENTS. USA Today (3/7. 
Eisler, 2.28M) reports, "Federal archivists at the Clinton Presidential Library are blocking the release of 
hundreds of pages of White House papers on pardons" approved by Bill Clinton, "including clemency for fugitive 
commodities trader Marc Rich." Their decision, "based on guidance provided by Bill Clinton that restricts the 
disclosure of advice he received from aides, prevents public scrutiny of documents that would shed light on how 
he decided which pardons to approve from among hundreds of requests." 

BILL CLINTON'S ACCOONA "WINDFALL" NOTED. The Washington Times (3/7, McElhatton, 87K) reports, 
"The spring before his wife began her White House campaign, former President Bill Clinton earned $700,000 for 
his foundation by selling stock that he had been given from an Internet search company that was co-founded by 
a convicted felon and backed by the Chinese government, public records show. Mr. Clinton had gotten the 
nonpublicly traded stock from Accoona Corp. back in 2004 as a gift for giving a speech at a company event. He 
landed the windfall by selling the 200,000 shares to an undisclosed buyer in May 2006, commanding $3.50 a 
share at a time when the company was reporting millions of dollars of losses, according to interviews." 

OBAMA LECTURES PRESS ON PLANE FOR "GOING ALL SQUISHY" ON CLINTON. The Los Anaeles 
Times (3/7, LaGanga, 881 K) reports that Sen. Barack Obama lectured "on the finer points of media and politics 
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-- cabin doors bolted, engines running — Obama scolded reporters for going all squishy on rival Hillary Rodham 
Clinton. 'There's no doubt Sen. Clinton went very negative over the last week,' said Obama, whose winning 
streak had just broken with a loud snap. 'The kitchen-sink strategy I'm sure had some impact, particularly in a 
context where many of you in the press corps had been persuaded that you had been too hard on her and too 
soft on me,' he said." 

REZKO ATTORNEY CITES OBAMA IN OPENING STATEMENT. Coverage of the opening of the Tony 
Rezko trial depicted Sen. Barack Obama as a "footnote" who barely figured in the first day's proceedings. The 
Politico (3/7, Vogel) reports, "Barack Obama is only a bit player in the federal trial of his former fundraiser and 
friend Antoin 'Tony' Rezko, but it didn't take long for the name of the Illinois senator and Democratic presidential 
candidate to be raised in court. In his opening statement Thursday, Rezko's lead defense attorney, Joseph 
Duffy. ..said that" his client's political involvement "stemmed from Rezko's affection for the political process and 
desire to help candidates he believed had the public's best interest at heart. Duffy said Rezko raised money for 
the campaigns of Republicans and Democrats alike and expected nothing in return. ... Rezko 'met Barack 
Obama when he was in Harvard Law School and tried to hire him' to be the lawyer for Rezko's development 
company, the defense attorney said." The prosecution "didn't name Obama and barely mentioned Rezko's 
political fundraising. It focused instead on kickbacks it alleges Rezko arranged and received for steering state 
business from two state boards to which he had ties." 

The AP (3/6) reports federal prosecutors "focused a spotlight on the underside of Illinois politics Thursday, 
telling jurors" that Rezko, "a prolific fundraiser who lavished donations on Sen. Barack Obama and others, 
peddled his clout to corrupt state government." But it was Gov. Rod Blagojevich, not Obama, who was 
mentioned "less than five minutes into" Assistant US Attorney Carrie Hamilton's opening statement, "which 
highlighted hefty financial contributions to the Democratic governor's campaign and Rezko's apparent influence 
on state board appointments." 


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From: "Rahm Emanuel" <rahm@friendsofrahmemanuel.com> 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 1 1/4/2008 4:00:39 PM 

Subject: Re: I have to talk to you asap 


Just called you 

Original Message 

From: john.podesta@gmail.com 
To: Rahm Emanuel 
ReplyTo: john.podesta@gmail.com 
Sent: Nov 4, 2008 5:51 PM 
Subject: I have to talk to you asap 

Please call 202-481-8128. 

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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

T o: "Ervn Sepp" <Ervn M Sepp@who.eop.gov> 

Date: 7/28/2014 1 1 :52:29 PM 

Subject: Fwd: Guest Speaking Request, Professional Insights / Expertise Request 


JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

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For scheduling: ervn.sepp@gmail.com 

Begin forwarded message: 

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From: < dionta@amail.com > 

Date: July 28, 2014 at 2:27:20 PM EDT 
T o : < podesta@aeoraetown.edu > 

Subject: Guest Speaking Request, Professional Insights / Expertise Request 

The following message was sent to you using the Georgetown University directory web site. If you have 
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Greetings Professor Podesta — 

I'm Domenic, 29, and we met awhile back at the Italian Embassy event for President, Secretary, and 
Chelsea Clinton and the Clinton Foundation (September 2013). 

Currently, I work for Homeland Security on an array of policy issues (fiscal, appropriations, immigration, 
humanitarian, and the like) and I also adjunct an undergraduate public policy course with South Carolina's 
Washington Semester Program. 

I write to request an opportunity to 1 . speak with you to garner your professional insights / expertise 
regarding my own political, policy, teaching, and public service career goals; and, 2. invite you to speak 
with my students next semester any Monday evening that might be amenable to your schedule. 

Thank you very much in advance for your time. 

Respectfully yours, 

Domenic 

412-974-2811 

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From: "Burns Strider" <burns.strider@americanbridae.ora> 

T o: CTRFriendsFamily <CTRFriendsFamily@americanbridae.ora> 

Date: 9/24/2014 7:43:29 AM 

Subject: Correct The Record Wednesday September 24, 2014 Afternoon Roundup 



CORRECT THE RECORD 


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Correct The Record Wednesday September 24. 2014 Afternoon Roundup: 


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Headlines: 


Bloomberg: “Hillary Clinton Leads $600 Million Effort for Girls in Education” 


“Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, along with the Brookings Institution, are spearheading an almost $600 million effort to help disadvantaged girls, mostly 
in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southwest Asia, attend secondary school.” 


Time: “After Boko Haram: Hillary Clinton Promises Education For 14 Million Girls” 


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“The Clinton Global Initiative and Brookings will evaluate the progress of the organizations towards their goals over the course of the next five 
years. Any government that wants to join the effort can.” 


Bloomberg: “Hillary Clinton Hints at Platform to Support Working Moms” 


“Hillary Clinton said today that women shouldn’t have to choose between motherhood and advancing their careers, a theme that may resurface as 
part of a platform if she runs for president in 2016.” 


Associated Press: “Hillary Clinton Pushes School Program for Girls” 


“Hillary Rodham Clinton announced a $600 million effort Wednesday to enroll girls in secondary schools around the globe, aiming to address 
security and access problems in the developing world.” 


New York Daily News: “Hillary Clinton calls for paid family leave for working mothers” 


“Speaking on one of her core issues of women's equality, Hillary Clinton said Wednesday the U.S. must work to provide paid family leave for new 
mothers to ensure women’s equality in the workforce.” 


New York Times: First Draft: “At Clintons’ Event, a Really Close Watch on Reporters” 


“An escort is required wherever we go, lest one of us with our yellow press badges wind up somewhere where attendants with an esteemed 
blue badge are milling around.” 


Washington Post blog: She The People: “Cleaner, more efficient cookstoves should be on front burner of women’s needs in 
developing countries” 


“In November, the alliance holds the first Cookstoves Future Summit: Fueling Markets, Catalyzing Action, Changing Lives in New York. The 
invitation-only summit will be co-chaired by Clinton, who’s the honorary chair of the Alliance Leadership Council.” 


Associated Press: “NYC Mayor Steps Onto Bigger Political States” 


"De Blasio now is mentioned as a leader of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party as 2016 approaches. Hillary Rodham Clinton, the strong 
favorite for her party's presidential nomination if she decides to run, is closely linked to him. He managed her 2000 Senate campaign." 


The Hill blog: Ballot Box: “RNC hits Hillary Clinton forties to Goldman Sachs” 


“The Republican National Committee released a video on Wednesday with the point of showing how well the CED of Goldman Sachs and Hillary 

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Clinton know each other, echoing a criticism usually voiced on the left.” 


Washington Free Beacon: “Wall Street Gets to Bill and Hillary” 


[Subtitle:] ‘‘After summer in Hamptons, Clintons adopt Wall Street tune on inversions” 


Articles: 


Bloomberg: “Hillary Clinton Leads $600 Million Effort for Girls in Education” 


By Janet Lorin 
September 24, 2014 


Hillary and Chelsea Clinton, along with the Brookings Institution, are spearheading an almost $600 million effort to help disadvantaged girls, mostly in 
Sub-Saharan Africa and Southwest Asia, attend secondary school. 


Hillary Clinton announced the effort today at the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative, which with the Center for Universal Education at 
Brookings helped draw participation. More than 30 groups have committed to the project. 


The money is expected to aid about 1 4 million girls in the next five years. It will establish programs to help them enter secondary schools in a safe 
environment, improve the quality of learning, complete secondary education and support them through universities and into the workforce. Each 
group - including nonprofit organizations like UNICEF, the country of Nepal and corporations such as Pearson Pic (FSON) and MasterCard Inc. - 
will decide how its own money is spent to achieve the effort’s goals. 


“We’ve made progress at the primary level,” said Rachel Vogelstein, director of women and girls programs at the Clinton Foundation. “This initiative 
addresses the unfinished business in girls’ education, which is progress at the secondary level.” 


The idea for the project came from Julia Gillard, the former Australian prime minister, in her role as a fellow with Brookings, said Jennifer Klein, 
senior adviser for the Foundation’s women and girls programs. Gillard, the first woman to lead Australia, was defeated in a leadership vote last 
year. 


Girls’ Education 


Gillard, who is also board chair of Washington-based nonprofit group Global Partnership for Education, approached former U.S. Secretary of State 
Clinton more than a year ago with the idea to work on “second-generation” girls’ education issues, Klein said. 


The result is called Collective Harnessing Ambition & Resources for Girls Education, or CHARGE. For groups to participate, they must have already 
raised 75 percent of the money they plan to commit, Klein said. 


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“Each partner will determine the needs of the country where they are working,” Klein said. 


For example, a group called BRAC, founded in 1 972 as Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee, will work in eight countries to teach life skills, 
financial literacy and microfinance, among other initiatives. The government of Nepal will provide bicycles for girls to get to school. 


The Clinton Global Initiative, which began Sunday night and concludes today, is an annual gathering of political and business leaders, 

philanthropists and celebrity activists. 


Some of the speakers included World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim; actor Leonardo DiCaprio; Resident Barack Obama; and Mary Barra, 
chief executive officer of General Motors Co. 


Time: “After Boko Haram: Hillary Clinton Promises Education For 14 Million Girls” 


By Eliana Dockterman 
September 24, 2014, 9:34 a.m. EDT 


[Subtitle:] Clinton and former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced $600 million in private and public funding for global education 


On Wednesday morning, Hillary Clinton and Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced a new Clinton Global Initiative commitment with 
the Center on Universal Education at the Brookings Institute for girls’ education called CHARGE (The Collaborative for Harnessing Ambition and 
Resources for Girls Education). The initiative will include 30 other partners, including governments like the United States and organizations from the 
private sector, committing $600 million to reach 1 4 million girls around the world in the next five years. 


“It’s time to both celebrate the progress we’ve made and redouble our efforts,” said Clinton at the announcement. 


Gillard, a fellow at the Brookings Institute, approached Secretary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton a year ago to work together on the initiative. “I think 
across the world, as we talk about women in developing countries, there’s been increasing recognition that empowering women and girls is a key 
change agent for development. There have been some truly shocking incidents that have caused us to have tears in our eyes and sharply intake 
our breath — what happened to Malala, what has happened with the Nigerian schoolgirls — that powerfully remind us that in some part of the world, 
getting an education is still a very dangerous thing for a girl,” Gillard told TIME. “It’s being targeted because it’s powerful. Education is powerful, 
which is why some people want to stop it and why we should feel so passionate about assuring that it occurs.” 


Up until now, world leaders have focused on enrolling girls in primary school at the same rate as boys. And though the rate of female enrollment in 
primary school has risen from less than half to nearly 80% in the last 25 years, issues of quality and safety still persist. The Girls CHARGE initiative 
aims to address what they are calling a “second generation” of girls’ issues especially in Sub-Saharan Africa and South West Asia. And while 
incidents like the kidnapping in Nigeria of more than 200 school girls by the radical group Boko Haram are extreme, they are emblematic of the harsh 
realities of educating girls in some parts of the world. 


CHARGE has five main goals: 


1 . Keep girls in school 


2. Ensure school safety and security 


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3. Improve quality of learning for girls 


4. Support transitions from and out of school 


5. Support girls’ education leaders/workers in developing countries to fulfill these goals 


Partners of CHARGE are taking different steps in specific regions to reach these goals. The government of Nepal is committing $29 million to the 
cause and providing bicycles to girls to ensure girls can get to and from school. The BRAC organization is establishing 8,000 adolescent girl clubs 
in Bangladesh by 201 9 to provide safe spaces for girls, among other efforts. 


The Clinton Global Initiative and Brookings will evaluate the progress of the organizations towards their goals over the course of the next five 
years. Any government that wants to join the effort can. 


Developing nations must work towards gender equality in education to improve their economy: Educated women add to family income by working, 
and their children are more likely to become educated themselves. But those girls most desperately in need live in countries where the 
governments don’t want to cooperate with initiatives like this one. “That’s obviously a huge challenge,” Rachel Vogelstein of the Clinton 
Foundation’s No Ceilings Initiative told TIME. “We’re hoping to work with our partners and civil society organizations to cultivate leaders on a 
grassroots level in those locations.” 


But even as Clinton and Gillard look to empower women across the globe, they recognize that there are still equality gaps in the Western World as 
well. Both Gillard and Clinton have faced misogyny throughout their political careers. Gillard points out that women in countries like the United 
States and Australia cannot settle and must still fight for progress: 


“My own perspective is that in many places around the world — Australia, here in the United States — after the big push of the second wave of 
feminism in our own nations, there was the assumption made that naturally gender change was happening and everything would equalize. I think 
in recent years there’s been a realization that no, there are still problems in our own nations, including domestic violence, that require a dedicated 
focus and approach. The dialogue both in Australia and the United States must still include questions of political leadership, corporate leadership, 
civil society leadership where doors still need to be opened for women.” 


Bloomberg: “Hillary Clinton Hints at Platform to Support Working Moms” 

By Jonathan Allen 

September 24, 201 4, 1 1 :06 a.m. EDT 

Hillary Clinton said today that women shouldn’t have to choose between motherhood and advancing their careers, a theme that may resurface as 
part of a platform if she runs for president in 201 6. 


“The absence of paid leave is a strong signal to women, and particularly mothers, that society and our economy don’t value being a mother,” the 
former U.S. secretary of state said. “The absence of quality, affordable childcare - and affordable and quality have to go together - is a very big 
factor in limiting and sometimes ending women’s participation in the workforce.” 


Clinton, who spoke during a panel discussion with philanthropist Melinda Gates at the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual conference in New York, has 
increasingly embraced advocacy for women and girls as a political plus while she considers a second presidential bid. Many of her closest friends 
and advisers lamented her decision to play down her gender during her losing 2008 presidential campaign. 


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Now, Clinton is calling attention to obstacles to women becoming and remaining full participants in the economy as well as possible remedies. 


“If we did more on child care and we did more on paid family leave, particularly for new mothers, we would be sending the right signals,” she said. 
Clinton added that society must find a way to ensure that women are “not being penalized” for becoming mothers. 


“We still have a lot of cultural, customary, even attitudinal, psychological barriers” to equality, she said. 


Associated Press: “Hillary Clinton Pushes School Program for Girls” 

By Ken Thomas 

September 24, 201 4, 1 1 :32 a.m. EDT 

Hillary Rodham Clinton announced a $600 million effort Wednesday to enroll girls in secondary schools around the globe, aiming to address security 
and access problems in the developing world. 


The former secretary of state unveiled the plan at the Clinton Global Initiative to help 1 4 million girls typically between the ages of 1 1 and 1 6 to 
attend school. The initiative, carried out via her family's foundation, aims to improve the quality, safety and security at schools around the world. 


"We know when girls have equal access to quality education in both primary and secondary schools, cycles of poverty are broken, economies 
grow, glass ceilings crack and potential is unleashed," Clinton said. 


Clinton has promoted the advancement of women and girls around the world through an initiative at the foundation called "No Ceilings." The former 
first lady and New York senator is expected to announce by early next year whether she will seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016. 


Philanthropic groups and non-governmental organizations have sought to address the gap in secondary education and security concerns for 
young girls in the aftermath of the kidnapping of dozens of young women by Boko Haram in Nigeria. The issue received global attention following 
the 2012 attack on teenage activist Malala Yousafzai, who received world acclaim after she was shot in the head by the Taliban for advocating 
gender equality and education for women. 


Clinton's foundation noted that in sub-Saharan Africa, 1 .5 million fewer girls than boys attend secondary schools. The initiative, which will be led 
by former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, includes more than 30 partners, including the United States, Nepal, the United Kingdom and 
Discovery Communications. 


New York Daily News: “Hillary Clinton calls for paid family leave for working mothers” 


By Annie Kami 

September 24, 2014, 1:02 p.m. EDT 


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Speaking on one of her core issues of women's equality, Hillary Clinton said Wednesday the U.S. must work to provide paid family leave for new 
mothers to ensure women’s equality in the workforce. 


“The absence of quality affordable childcare is a very big factor in limiting and sometimes ending women’s participation in the workforce," Clinton 
said at a panel discussion with philanthropist Melinda Gates, moderated by New York Times Upshot editor David Leonhardt, at the annual Clinton 
Global Initiative conference. “The absence of paid leave is a strong signal to women and particularly mothers that the society and our economy 
don’t value being a mother." 


The Family and Medical Leave Act was signed into law by former President Bill Clinton more than 20 years ago and offers up to 12 weeks of 
unpaid leave. But the U.S. lags behind other high-income countries in not offering paid leave. 


"If we did more for childcare and we did more on paid family leave, particularly for new mothers, we would be sending the right signals,” Clinton 
said. 


But she said life is better than it was for American women 20 years ago. 


“When I was a young woman, there were colleges I couldn’t go to, scholarships I couldn’t apply for, jobs that had basically invisible, but very clear 
signs saying ‘no woman need apply,’” Clinton said. 


That has improved over the past two decades, but women still lag in their earning potential compared to men, she said. “We’ve gone from 77 cents 
to 78 cents compared to a dollar [earned by men],” she said. “That’s hardly groundbreaking progress.” 


New York Times: First Draft: “At Clintons’ Event, a Really Close Watch on Reporters” 


By Amy Chozick 

September 24, 2014, 12:33 p.m. EDT 


Charitable commitments have been made. Important topics like Ebola and elephant poaching have been discussed. World leaders from President 
Obama to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan have convened. 


But, for me, perhaps the person who stands out is the friendly 20-something press aide who the Clinton Global Initiative tasked with escorting me 
to the restroom. She waited outside the stall in the ladies’ room at the Sheraton Hotel, where the conference is held each year. 


Security, foundation aides told me, dictates that the hordes of journalists, many of them from overseas news outlets, be cloistered in a basement at 
the Sheraton. An elaborate maze of security barricades separates where reporters enter and roam (though not freely) from the lobby of the hotel, 
where actual guests enter. 


An escort is required wherever we go, lest one of us with our yellow press badges wind up somewhere where attendants with an esteemed 
blue badge are milling around. When asked about the practice, Craig Minassian, a spokesman for the initiative, directed me to a press release about 
American Standard’s Flush for Good campaign to improve sanitation for three million people in the developing world. “Since you are so interested in 
bathrooms and C.G.I,” Mr. Minassian said. 


On Wednesday morning, ahead of a panel discussion at which Hillary Rodham Clinton introduced the event’s biggest commitment, to get Nigerian 
girls access to secondary education (called Charge, short for the Collaborative for Harnessing Ambition and Resources for Girls’ Education), 

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several dozen reporters lined up to pass through metai detectors when several people jumped the queue. “They’re with Katie Couric!” a press aide 
explained when a journalist (O.K., me) complained. (Ms. Couric, they later explained, would be moderating a panel later that morning with Chelsea 
Clinton.) 


It wasn’t always like this. While there were always metal detectors and heightened security at the conference, which typically takes place during 
the United Nations General Assembly and includes speeches by Mr. Obama, Bill Clinton and others, reporters could roam relatively freely until last 
year, when interest in and scrutiny of the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation spiked amid speculation that Mrs. Clinton would run for president 
in 2016. 


Washington Post blog: She The People: “Cleaner, more efficient cookstoves should be on front burner of women’s needs in 
developing countries” 


By Diana Reese 

September 24, 2014, 8:37 a.m. EDT 


American moms — and yes, I’m sometimes guilty — complain that cooking dinner can be a burden, but we’ve got it good as we debate the merits of 
a smooth surface cooktop versus traditional burners or electric versus gas ranges. 


“Little do we realize as painful as cooking seems to us, it is nowhere near as painful and harmful as it is for our sisters in the developing world,” 
said Radha Muthiah, executive director of the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, launched by then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in 
2010 . 


For 3 billion of the world’s people, cooking can be downright dangerous, according to the World Health Organization: Four million premature deaths 
a year, primarily of women and children, are blamed on exposure to toxic smoke from cooking fires and rudimentary stoves that burn wood, coal 
and “biomass” — stuff like animal dung and crop waste. 


Various types of cancer, low birth weights for babies and even cardiovascular disease have all been linked to the indoor pollution caused by 
cooking over open fires or leaky stoves. Then there’s the increased risk of burns; 307,000 of the 330,000 people who die from burn injuries each 
year are from developing countries, according to ReSurge International, which provides reconstructive surgery for the poor around the globe. 


These primitive methods of cooking also impact the environment by creating 25 percent of the world’s black carbon emissions (commonly called 
“soot") and destroying forests. 


Muthiah described to me the typical day of a woman in rural Kenya or India: The woman will rise as early as 4 a.m. so she can collect fuel — be it 
wood or animal or crop waste — “anything they can burn.” Because of deforestation, women sometimes have to walk for several hours to pick up 
enough wood, putting themselves at risk for animal attacks and other violence. 


A daughter might come along to help, missing out on school. They may carry up to 60 kilograms (132 pounds) of fuel on their heads or in baskets. 


Women often struggle with this chore three or four times a week, Muthiah said, because cooking over an open fire or with rudimentary stoves is 
such an inefficient use of fuel. 


“It’s a real timesink for women,” she said, taking up one-third to one-half of a woman’s 24-hour day. 


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expensive, Muthiah said, as they spend up to 40 percent of their daily household income on fuel. 


More efficient stoves requiring less fuel would save time and money for rural and urban women. That savings of time gives them the opportunity to 
pursue other activities, whether it’s walking with their children to school or earning a livelihood — empowering women to take charge of their lives. 


This is a big week for the alliance, what with the Clinton Global Initiative 1 0th Annual Meeting and the United Nations Climate Summit 201 4 in New 
York. In November, the alliance holds the first Cookstoves Future Summit: Fueling Markets, Catalyzing Action, Changing Lives in New York. The 
invitation-only summit will be co-chaired by Clinton, who’s the honorary chair of the Alliance Leadership Council. 


The strategy of the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves differs from previous efforts to simply donate cookstoves to families around the world 
without a good idea of their needs and sometimes without providing education, training or service. 


Instead, the alliance focuses on creating a global market for clean cookstoves and clean fuels. “The consumer needs to be involved,” Muthiah 
pointed out. “We need to view the user as a consumer and understand what attributes [of stoves and fuels] are valuable,” rather than seeing the 
end user as “a passive beneficiary.” 


So the alliance has partnered with public, private and nonprofit interests to work on every facet of creating that market, including the design, 
manufacturing, assembly, distribution, sales and even after-sales service. In many cases, that manufacturing and assembly are done locally, 
Muthiah said. 


It’s not “a one-size-fits-all solution.” Latin American women often stand while cooking and want a large top burner to cook multiple tortillas and a pot 
of beans, while African women sit down and need a simmer button for long-term cooking, Muthiah said, requiring different types of stoves. 


In the southern state of Kerala in India, 97 percent of homes have some access to electricity, so they can move directly to stoves using electricity, 
while rural villages elsewhere in India do not and need stoves powered by other sources of cleaner fuel such as liquified petroleum gas, ethanol, 
solar and biogas. 


The alliance has also worked with the International Organization for Standards to develop a rating system for cookstoves, measuring four 
performance indicators: fuel use, total emissions, indoor emissions and safety. 


Most families are not aware of the hazards or health implications from their cooking methods, Muthiah said. They don’t realize the possible link 
between how they cook food and their baby’s low birth weight or their child’s pneumonia. 


“Awareness is so important,” Muthiah said. “It’s more than half the battle.” 


But it’s also a process of changing behavior. “We have to show them they can [still] cook the same meals as their mothers and grandmothers 
cooked” on new stoves, she said. 


But once women see the statistics and the stories, “they get it,” Muthiah said. “Women are practical all over the world.” They want to figure out 
how to get a decent cookstove. Some go for the cheaper model they can buy outright, while others look at financing plans. 


The cost for these safer and more efficient stoves can range from $1 5 to $150, depending on factors such as fuel type and durability. Some 
women become marketing and sales agents, turning the cookstove into an income generator. 


The goal for the alliance is to switch 1 00 million households to cleaner stoves by the year 2020. It’s a triple win, Muthiah points out, for health, for 
the environment and for women’s empowerment. 


“We’re trying to put this issue on the front burner,” she told me. “In this day and age, women should not be cooking this way.” 


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Associated Press: “NYC Mayor Steps Onto Bigger Political States” 

By Jonathan Lemire 
September 24, 201 4, 1 :54 a.m. EDT 

A speech at the United Nations. A spot next to Al Gore leading a massive climate change march. A prime speaking slot at a political conference in 
England. 


Those big stages - all happening within a few days of each other - have become more common for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. His profile 
is on the rise both nationally and internationally and he is increasingly viewed in political circles as a rising star, particularly in the most liberal wing 
of the Democratic party. 


De Blasio's higher profile - partly a concerted effort by his team and partly a byproduct of leading the nation's largest city - has provided him 
everything from a platform from which to espouse his liberal politics views to potentially setting him up as a valuable surrogate in the 2016 
presidential election. 


"it enhances his power locally, because he becomes more formidable for having achieved this global respect," said Kenneth Sherrill, retired political 
science professor at Hunter College. "And he's serious about being a spokesman for a national urban agenda." 


De Blasio's rise has been sudden. A mere 1 8 months ago, he was a little-known second-tier mayoral candidate. But his campaign soared just as 
those of other contenders imploded, and after spending his first few months in office solely focused on his legislative agenda, the new mayor 
began to step beyond the five boroughs. 


Looking to spread his view of an activist urban government, he attended meetings with U.S. mayors in Dallas and Chicago and later hosted the U.S. 
Conference of Mayors in New York. He journeyed to Washington to lobby for big cities and attended a White House state dinner. He's hosted 
various political dignitaries at City Hall and, even on a family vacation to Italy, met with the mayor of Rome. 


A spokesman for de Blasio said the mayor's focus is his city and dismissed any suggestion that voters could perceive he was more interested in 
global issues. 


"Income inequality doesn't stop at a city limit, a state line or a national border," said Phil Walzak, "and by promoting local strategies and building a 
national urban agenda together, the mayor believes we can create real change for people in New York City, and beyond." 


This week is de Blasio's biggest step yet onto the global political stage. He marched with Gore and hundreds of thousands of demonstrators on 
Sunday to lobby the United Nations on climate change and then on Tuesday he addressed the UN's General Assembly on the same topic. On 
Wednesday, he will speak about progressive values at the Labour Party's annual conference in Manchester, England. 


His growing stature has been noted in national political circles. 


De Blasio now is mentioned as a leader of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party as 2016 approaches. Hillary Rodham Clinton, the strong 
favorite for her party's presidential nomination if she decides to run, is closely linked to him. He managed her 2000 Senate campaign. 


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powerful de Blasio could provide some protection. 


"I think he could be enormously helpful to the Clintons, because a thumbs-up from him will go a long way in progressive circles," said Jeanne Zaino, 
political science professor at Iona College. 


Clinton and her husband have stayed close to de Blasio, appearing at his Inauguration and at several events since. Donna Brazile, an adviser to 
the Clintons, said de Blasio has quickly become a leading voice in the party on addressing income inequality and promoting early childhood 
education. 


"His agenda is designed to lift up people who need better jobs, more opportunity and better schools," Brazile said. 


De Blasio is far from the first New York mayor to become a star beyond his city's borders. Michael Bloomberg used the stature of the office - and 
his personal fortune - to become a leading voice on climate change, while Rudy Giuliani came to be viewed as a national authority on crime. 


But de Blasio may not be a household name just yet. Last weekend, he and an aide took a spur of the moment road to trip to Pittsburgh and sat in 
the stands at a Pirates game. 


The mayor largely went unnoticed. 


The Hill blog: Ballot Box: “RNC hits Hillary Clinton for ties to Goldman Sachs” 


By Peter Sullivan 

September 24, 201 4, 1 1 :39 a.m. EDT 

The Republican National Committee released a video on Wednesday with the point of showing how well the CEO of Goldman Sachs and Hillary 
Clinton know each other, echoing a criticism usually voiced on the left. 


The GOP "rapid response" video, posted on YouTube, is a clip of Clinton inviting Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on stage at the Clinton Global 
Initiative's annual meeting in New York on Wednesday. 


The caption of the video is "Goldman Sachs CEO jokes about how well he knows Hillary Clinton." 

After Clinton introduces Blankfein, along with two other people, he takes the stage, greets Clinton, and says, "So this isn't the first time we've all 
met." 


Blankfein was there to discuss Goldman Sachs' 10,000 Women iniative, which supports women in business around the world. 


It is not surprising that the RNC is releasing videos critical of Clinton, given that she is the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for president, 
but this video makes a point usually heard from liberals. 


There has long been grumbling on the left that Clinton is too close to Wall Street, leading to speculation that she could face a liberal primary 
challenger such as Sen. Bizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). 


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Clinton in particular came underfire for speaking at Goldman Sachs in October. 


In 2012, Democrats were the ones trying portray the Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, as out of touch because of his past at the 
private equity firm Bain Capital. 


Earlier in the program on Wednesday, Clinton announced an initiative through the Clinton Foundation that will spend $600 million on helping girls 

attend secondary school around the world. 


Washington Free Beacon: “Wall Street Gets to Bill and Hillary” 
By Brent Scher 

September 24, 2014, 11:15 a.m. EDT 


[Subtitle:] After summer in Flamptons, Clintons adopt Wail Street tune on inversions 


Bill and Hillary Clinton spent the summer in the Flamptons where they would “field thoughts on policy” with Wall Street’s wealthiest as they attended 
lavish fundraising events. Wall Street seems to have gotten to them. 


Hillary used her time among Wall Street executives to get the political pulse of the wealthy Democratic donors who could provide the financial 
backbone of her likely 2016 presidential campaign. 


One issue she focused on was finding out “what they thought of Mr. Obama’s efforts to eliminate inversions,” according to a report in the New 
York Times. 


It appears the Clintons are taking what they heard in the private Flamptons talks to the public stage. 


Speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative conference in New York City, Bill Clinton expressed the point of view of corporations that “feel duty bound 
to pay the lowest taxes they can pay,” according to the New York Times. 


“Like it or not, this inversion, this is their money,” said Clinton on Tuesday, speaking of companies that have been called “unpatriotic” by President 
Barack Obama. 


“We have the highest overall corporate tax rates in the world, and we are now the only [Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development] 
country that also taxes overseas earnings,” said Clinton. “A lot of these executives, even if they wanted to bring the money home, they think this is 
crazy.” 


Clinton also took some blame for creating a tax system that is forcing companies to seek out lower tax rates in other countries. 


“I should make full disclosure here, I signed and supported the bill that raised the corporate taxes in America to the level they are now,” said 
Clinton. 


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These statements by former President Clinton reflect the type of message that Hillary Clinton may adopt for her presidential run, according to 
insiders who say that her message would stress corporate tax reform above the need to restrict corporate inversions. 


It is also a message that clearly contrasts the rhetoric coming from the Obama administration, which has called inversions an “abuse of our tax 
system” and attempted to enact legislation that would restrict them. 


“We should not be providing support for corporations that seek to shift their profits overseas to avoid paying their fair share of taxes,” wrote 
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew in a July letter to lawmakers. 


The administration announced new measures to crack down on companies that choose to move their headquarters overseas on Monday, saying 
that inversions “erode the U.S. tax base, unfairly placing a larger burden on all other taxpayers, including small businesses and hardworking 
Americans.” 


Critics of the measures say that they will be ineffective, and that there is no stopping inversions as long as the United States has the highest 
corporate income tax rate in the developed world. 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Hillary Clinton" <hdr29@hrcoffice.com> 

Date: 3/17/2016 8:21 :15 AM 

Subject: 


Ok, I can breathe again! Congrats on a fabulous night. 

I am feeling like it's possible to get back to the longer term again. 

Cheryl and I met with Jim Hamilton on Friday to discuss lawyers who can help do the research and vetting that I outlined in the VP vet memo we 
discussed. We also met with Marc Elias to get his input on firms that have already provided substantial volunteer lawyer assistance and to get 
prepared to execute non-disclosure agreements with anyone we involve in the process. 

We put together the attached notional teams of “report writers” (confidential profiles/public record vet) and “vettors” (deep- 
dive/oppo-book), and want to run it by you before we execute on the list. Let me know if there are people you would like to see added or removed 
before we begin the process. 

Cheryl, Robby, Jake, Huma, Jennifer and I also did a first cut of people to consider for VP. I have organized names in rough food groups. 

Javier Becerra 
Julian Castro 
Eric Garcetti 
Tom Perez 
Ken Salazar 

Tammy Baldwin 
Kirsten Gillibrand 
Amy Klobuchar 
Claire McKaskill 
Jeanne Shaheen 
Debbie Stabenow 
Elizabeth Warren 

Michael Bennet 
Sherrod Brown 
Martin Heinreich 
Tim Kaine 
Terry McAuliffe 
Chris Murphy 
Tom Vilsack 

Steve Benjamin 
Corey Booker 
Andrew Gillum 
Eric Holder 
Deval Patrick 
Kasim Reed 
Anthony Foxx 

John Allen 
Bill McCraven 
Mike Mullen 

Mary Barra 
Michael Bloomberg 
Ursula Burns 
Tim Cook 
Bill Gates 
Melinda Gates 
Muhtar Kent 
Judith Rodin 
Howard Schultz 

Bernie Sanders 


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From: "Vachon, Michael" <Michael.Vachon@soros.com> 

T o: "Amy Dacev" <Amy.Dacey@seiu.ora> 

fes33@aol.com 
Anna.Buraer@seiu.org 
jstocks@nea.ora 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 
Rmckay@mckayfund.org 
Date: 4/1 1/2008 9:09:24 AM 

Subject: Fund for America 


In advance of your board call I wanted to share a few thought about events of the past few days. 


I think it is pretty clear that FFA and CDA/Progressive Media will have to abandon joint fundraising. (One person told me this had already been 
decided, is that so?) 


George will continue to support FFA. His outstanding 1 .5 million will be paid to FFA. 


I think FFA should honor any existing commitment made to CDA/PMUSA and that those should be clearly defined. Is the outstanding committment to 
pay a further, final 500k? 


I would like to understand the accounts at FFA more clearly. 

My understanding is that FFA has taken in $1 1 million in total (3.5 from Soros; 2.5 from SEIU; 2.5 from Bing; and 2.5 from other sources). Of that, 2 
million has gone to America Votes and 3.5 million has gone to CDA. 

That leaves a further 5.5 million. What is the status of those funds? 


At a time when we ail agree that there is a need to aggressively challenge John McCain, and it has been difficult to raise money, I question why 
there would be the sum of undeployed capital in FFA accounts. 


I understand that some of that money is already earmarked, committed, or reserved for ooperation expenses-but I would like to understand the 
budget in greater detail. 

Finally, as a result of the now well-publicized dinner a George's house the other night I was approached by a donor who wants to make a 
challenge grant to the dinner participants. I will continue to work with that donor to raise fund from that event. This should help ease any ill will on 
the part of CDA/PMUSA. 

I would appreciated it if one of you could answer my questions and let me know what else you may decide. 

Finally, on behalf of George, I want to thank you ail for taking the time to be on the board of FFA, helping to ensure that resources are well spent, 
when you all have day jobs! 

Best, 

Michael. 


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From: 

"Sara Latham" <slatham@hillarvclinton.com> 

To: 

"Dennis Chena" <dchena@hillarvclinton.com> 


"Michael Smith" <msmith@hillarvclinton.com> 


"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 

12/28/2015 4:07:07 AM 

Subject: 

Fwd: Presentation/ support 


hi Dennis and Mike, 

pretty comprehensive list of events from them in this deck! 
have they committed to max for HVF ? 

if we can connect John/George later today - thoughts on talking pts? 

does the call need to go further than a thank you / look forward to working together to elect HRC ? 

are George & Nick already involved in the Greek event w/HRC Jan 14th? 

thx, 

Sara 

Forwarded message 

From: Sara Latham < slatham@hillaryclinton.com > 

Date: Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 1 1 :02 AM 

Subject: Re: Presentation/ support 

To: "George M. Logothetis" < gml@libra.com > 

Cc: " john.podesta@amail.com " < john. podesta@amail.com >. "Nicholas M. Logothetis" < nml@libra.com >, 
" dchena@hillaryclinton.com " < dcheng@hillaryclinton.com >, Arguiro Elefteriu 
< Arguiro.Elefteriu@libra.com >, Maurice Owens < Maurice.Owens@libra.com > 


many thanks George and Nick! 

John is out of pocket today until early afternoon, around 3pm, what is the best number to reach you in the 
event he can connect with you today, before you leave. 

best, 

Sara 

On Mon, Dec 28, 2015 at 10:59 AM, George M. Logothetis < gml@libra.com > wrote: 

John hi 


I hope you and your family had a wonderful Xmas! 


Further to discussions we have had with various people in the campaign and beyond we wanted to send you this 
presentation showing our support for Hillary and a series of options that we wanted to offer to you and to the campaign. 
We tried to cover as many different angles from within our world and we just want to be as helpful and proactive as 
possible. 


Will wait to hear from you or a member of your team if you wish to take us up with any of these options/proposals. 


I am going away from tomorrow until Jan 10 th and will be offline until then; although my emails will be monitored. 


Wish you all a wonderful New Year! 


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From: "Nikki Budzinski" <nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/9/2016 5:52:38 AM 

Subject: Re: Pipelines, Energy and the Building Trades 


Thanks John. I'm on a plane and land at 430pm ET. Do you have time after that? 
Sent from my iPhone 

On Feb 9, 2016, at 12:46 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 


Try to grab you in 45 minutes. 

On Tuesday, February 9, 2016, Nikki Budzinski < nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

+ Huma and Robby 

On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 12:03 PM, Nikki Budzinski < nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Good afternoon- 

I wanted to loop us all together on feedback I've received from the Building Trades, specifically LIUNA, 
with the news yesterday that HRC is opposing the NED pipeline in New Hampshire. They are very 
upset. I expect to hear from the UA and IUOE soon. President O'Sullivan has cancelled his trip to Las 
Vegas for our strategic planning meeting on Friday and has cancelled his member canvass and rally 
on Saturday in Las Vegas as well. I reached out this morning offering to have HRC stop by the 
canvass and meet privately with Terry, and that did not change the situation. 

I've been coordinating very closely with Trevor, Kristina and the policy team on our energy platform 
and understand that HRC being ambushed on a rope line in NH is not a accurate portrayal of her 
energy platform. But I have run out of the options to hold off the frustration from the trades and I think 
its at a point where only HRC can clarify where she stands on some of these larger energy issues and/ 
or clarify her position on pipelines and natural gas specifically. These issues and some of our recent 
nuanced answers on energy are now being viewed as "cute" by our labor partners in the building 
trades and it is impacting our labor support on the ground. LIUNA has disengaged. 

Today, LIUNA is requesting that we put out a statement clarifying HRC's position on the NED pipeline. 

I think a broader statement would address the issue as well if she could put a finer point on what type 
of pipeline projects she supports. She has privately told the building trades that she does not oppose 
pipelines. Can we outline instances where a pipeline would have her support? Please note (as you 
know) the pipeline issue will not go away as they run through many March primary states (Ohio and 
Virginia, to name two). They are also concerned that she committed to not making pipeline by pipeline 
decisions and it now appears she is breaking to pressure and doing just that. They also point out that 
they have refrained in states like NH, intentionally, from putting any pressure on her around energy 
(like having their members on rope lines) in order to be a good partner and not escalate the situation. 

Now they are also asking about natural gas and where she stands in support of this use. How does 
HRC see natural gas playing a role in the energy transition? 

Questions: 

-Could we put out a statement clarifying some of these energy positions? What are the qualifications 
for her to support a pipeline once examined? Where does she stand on natural gas? I told LIUNA I 
would circle back on the possibility of a statement today. I think until there is clarification they will 
remain disengaged. 

-Is the Milwaukee, Wl debate this week a opportunity (now past NH) to lean in and clarify some of 
these issues? Talking about infrastructure, prevailing wage (the building trades lost prevailing wage in 
Wl) and energy infrastructure? 


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-Can she starting more publicly and regularly saying "Infrastructure" is a top issue to address in her 
administration? Feedback I continue to hear is that its not said enough. 

I appreciate your thoughts on this, after yesterday these issues have escalated to a point where senior 
staff direction is now needed. 

Thank you. 


From: Lindsay Meiman < lindsav(5>350.org > 

Sent: Monday, February 8, 2016 1:09 PM 

Subject: BREAKING: Clinton Firmly Opposes NED Pipeline 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
February 8, 2016 

Contact: Lindsay Meiman, (347) 460-9082 


Clinton Firmly Opposes NED Pipeline 


Portsmouth, NH - Just days ahead of the New Hampshire primary, Democratic presidential candidate 
Hillary Clinton expressed her direct opposition to the Northeast Energy Direct (NED) pipeline. When asked 
by Ian Ware, a student at the University of Virginia, if she supports the pipeline, Clinton responded with a 
firm "no.” 


Last December, Clinton avoided taking a position on the pipeline referring to it as a state level issue. 
This most recent position comes only days after the former Secretary of State referred to a future ban on 
extraction of coal, oil and gas on public lands as a “ done deal 


The NED Pipeline, proposed by Kinder Morgan, would carry fracked gas for 400 miles through 
Massachusetts and New Hampshire, making the pipeline a local concern for many New Hampshire 
voters. Fellow Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has repeatedly expressed his 
opposition to the NED pipeline and to all new fossil fuel infrastructure. 


“In the last week alone, young people have pushed Clinton to take stronger stances against the fossil fuel 
industry than she has in her entire political career,” said Yong Jung Cho, 350 Action Campaign 
Coordinator. “With her opposition of the NED pipeline and future extraction on public lands, it appears 
Secretary Clinton is beginning to understand that young voters are looking for a leader who will explain 
exactly how they’re going to keep fossil fuels in the ground.” 


While many welcome Clinton’s opposition to this potential fossil fuel infrastructure, activists remain 
concerned about her close ties to fracking and her continued acceptance of fossil fuel industry 
donations. Sanders has repeatedly expressed his support for a sweeping ban on fracking and has 
publiclv pledaed not to accept donations from the fossil fuel industry. 


Video: bit. ly/1 Qn8zft 


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Full T ranscript: 


Ian Ware: Hi, Secretary Clinton. Do you support the NED pipeline? 


Hillary Clinton: No. 




350 Action has not endorsed any presidential candidate and is working in primary states to urge 
candidates for president to take bold action on climate change by pledging to keep fossil fuels in the 
ground and support a just transition to a 100% renewable energy. 


Nikki Budzinski 
Labor Outreach Director 
Hillary for America 
646-854-1442 (direct) 


Nikki Budzinski 
Labor Outreach Director 
Hillary for America 
646-854-1442 (direct) 


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From: "Ervn Sepp" <eryn.sepp@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 10/26/2015 2:58:24 AM 

Subject: Re: Ragnar$ 


I'm doing that. Sorry I just let time get away from me! Will do today. 

> On Oct 26, 2015, at 9:51 AM, John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> wrote: 

> 

> are you sending out what people owe or am I supposed to do that? 


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From: "Mary Pat Bonner" <mpbonner@bonnerarp.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 1 1/24/2008 7:54:41 AM 

Subject: can you call me on my cell if you have a minute tonight? 


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From: "Pinnev Allen" <pinney.allen@amail.com> 

T o: john.podesta@gmail.com 

Date: 7/18/2015 9:01 :55 AM 

Subject: Dinner Thursday Night 


John, as a newcomer to the major fundraising world, I found the Thursday afternoon Hillblazer event informative 
and a great opportunity to meet others and share stories. A big kudos to your team for putting the day together 
and for the work they do every day on which they reported. 

I also wanted to say how much I enjoyed sharing dinner across the table from you. Perhaps you'd consider 
coming to Atlanta for our celebrity chef event and make it celebrity chefs! We'd love it. 

But most importantly -- and I know this sounds very schmaltzy — I wanted to say thank you for your commitment 
to this work, work I consider so important to assuring my daughters the country and the future they deserve. 

All the best. 

Pinney Allen 


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From: "Georgetown Law" <alumnlaw@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 8/26/2015 5:06:48 AM 

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From: "John Podesta" <john. podesta@gmail.com> 

T o: "Hillary Clinton" <hdr29@hrcoffice.com> 

Date: 8/8/2015 7:52:14 AM 

Subject: Got time for a call? 


Just want to give you a brief take on my view on email issues. I can call the house or you can call me anytime 

after 3:30. 202-999-0738 

If you prefer, I can do by email as well. 


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From: "Ann O'Leary" <aoleary@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 9/21/2015 7:26:57 AM 

Subject: Re: 


Good talk with HRC. Next steps: 

(1) She remains open to repeal if we can figure out pay-for, but wants to keep watching what Hill is doing 

(2) I'll get together with Jake and budget guys to provide some options 

(3) We'll stay silent on it over next few days 

(4) Brown not introducing until next week - so will get some advice by end of week 

On Mon, Sep 21 , 2015 at 12:08 PM, John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

Can you call me 
202-999-0738 


Ann O'Leary 
Senior Policy Advisor 
Hillary for America 
Cell: 510-717-5518 


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"Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillarydinton.com> 

"John Podesta" <john.podesta@gmail.com> 
11/6/2015 1:15:42 PM 

Fwd: draft TPs for Monday LCV endorsement event 
.htm 

2015-1 1-06 TPs for LCV event 8pm.docx 


LCV TPs for Monday in case you have any thoughts. 

Milia Fisher 
(858) 395-1741 

Begin forwarded message: 


From: Kristina Costa < kcosta@hillaryclinton.com > 

Date: November 6, 2015 at 8:14:43 PM EST 

To: Speech Writers < speechwriters@hillaryclinton.com >, Trevor Flouser < tghouser.hrc@gmail.com >, 
Pete Ogden < progden@gmail.com >, Ben Kobren < benkobren@gmail.com >, Milia Fisher 
< mfisher@hillaryclinton.com >, Harrell Kirstein < hkirstein@hillaryclinton.com >, Jared Mueller 
< jmueller@hillaryclinton.com >, Jake Sullivan < jsullivan@hillaryclinton.com > 

Subject: draft TPs for Monday LCV endorsement event 


Team - for your initial reactions, attaching talking points for Monday's LCV event. HRC will have a podium and will speak 
for about 5 minutes. Please send comments by tomorrow. 

Thanks! 

Kristina 


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From: "Sara Du Bois" <sdubois@proaressivemediausa.ora> 

T o: "Sara Du Bois" <SDuBois@proaressivemediausa.ora> 

Date: 5/15/2008 12:59:10 AM 

Subject: [big campaign] '08 Daily News Clips - 5/15 


08 Election Daily News Clips 

May 15th, 2008 

Candidate Tracking: 

2am BUSH: Visits Masada Historic site in Masada, Israel 

7:05am BUSH: Speaks to the Knesset in Jerusalem, Israel 

10am McCain: Speech in Columbus, OH 
- Tracking scheduled for this event 

12:45pm BUSH: Attends reception in honor of the 60th anniversary of Israel in Jerusalem, Israel 
1 :45pm BUSH: Attends social dinner with Prime Minister Olmert and Mrs. Olmert 
2pm McCain: Blogger Call 

4:45pm McCain: Spring Gala Finance Event in Washington, DC 

News Clips: 

MCCAIN NEWS 

McCain: U.S. can win Iraq war within four years (Reuters 5/15/08) 

By Caren Bohan 

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Republican presidentialcandidate John McCain said Thursday he believes the Iraq warcan 
be "won" within four years, leaving a functioning democracy there and allowing most U.S. troops to come home. 
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/news/reuters/politics/2008/May/15/ 
mccain u s can win iraq war within four years.html 

McCain sees Iraq combat over, U.S. troops home before 2013 (LA Times blog 5/15/08) 

By Andrew Malcolm 

In a speech he's about to give shortly at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Ohio, Sen. John McCain, 
the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, will for the first time talk about a specific date for when he 
envisions direct American military involvement to be over in Iraq. 
http://latimesbloas.latimes.com/washinaton/2008/05/mccainiraq.html 

McCain Envisions His First Term (AP 5/15/08) 

By GLEN JOHNSON 

John McCain, looking through a crystal ball to 2013 and the end of a prospective first term, sees "spasmodic" 
but reduced violence in Iraq and Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden dead or captured and government spending 
curbed by his ready veto pen. 

http://www.time.eom/time/politics/article/0.8599. 1 801 256.00.html 

McCain Talks Bipartisanship in Thursday Speech (The Page 5/14/08) 

The presumptive GOP nominee promises to "work with anyone, of either party, to make this country safe" if 
elected in 10 am ET address at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Ohio. 
http://thepage.time.com/2008/05/14/mccain-to-deliver-major-environmental-speech-thursday/ 

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More from the McCain Camp on Obama's Bipartisan Record (The Page / McCain campaign 5/14/ 
08) 

McCain camp goes after Obama, saying his event in Grand Rapids, Michigan shows he relies on "divisive 
partisan attacks that only reminds Americans that he's a candidate with no record of bipartisan success." 
http://thepaae.time.com/more-from-the-mccain-camp-on-obamas-bipartisan-record/ 

Wingman: McCain Aide Trains His Sights on Obama (WSJ 5/15/08) 

By MONICA LANGLEY; Page A1 

... When it comes to Sen. McCain's image, Mr. Salter, 53 years old, is the campaign's chief creator, shaper and 
enforcer. For two decades, he has been the presumed Republican nominee's speechwriter, adviser and 
confidant. He has helped the senator write two best-selling memoirs, on which they split the proceeds 50-50. 
The senator says they are "like brothers." Now that Sen. Barack Obama has emerged as the likely Democratic 
nominee, Mr. Salter is poised to play a large role in a general-election campaign filled with potential land mines, 
from race issues to Sen. McCain's age, which is 71 . Early signs are that Mr. Salter will urge a feisty campaign -- 
in character for a man who once wrestled a persistent critic of the senator to the floor of a congressional 
hallway. 

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1 21 080096992092987. html?mod=special page campaian2008 topbox 

Mrs. McCain Sells Funds Tied to Sudan (NYT 5/15/08) 

By KATE PHILLIPS 

Cindy McCain, the wife of the Republican presumptive nominee for president, has sold off at least $2 million she 
held in funds with investments in Sudan businesses. The mutual funds — American Funds Europacific Growth 
and American Funds Capital World Growth and Income — have investments in companies with business in 
Sudan, according to the Sudan Divestment Task Force, an advocacy organization that has been working to 
persuade states, universities and other organizations to divest. "As soon as she was made aware, she sold it," 
said Brian Rogers, a spokesman for the McCain campaign. 

http://www.nytimes.eom/2008/05/1 5/us/politics/1 5cindy.html? r=1 &ref=politics&oref=sloain 

Cindy McCain Sells Sudan-Related Investments (AP 5/14/08) 

By JIM KUHNHENN 

Cindy McCain, whose husband has been a critic of the violence in Sudan, sold off more than $2 million in mutual 
funds whose holdings include companies that do business in the African nation. 
http://www.huffingtonpost.eom/2008/05/1 4/cindy-mccain-sells-sudan n 101 767.html 

Disclosure Demands Build for Cindy McCain's Tax Returns (WSJ blog 5/14/08) 

By Elizabeth Holmes 

The pressure is mounting on Cindy McCain, the wealthy wife of the presumptive Republican nominee John 
McCain, to release her tax returns. This week, the Washington Post, the Washington Times and the New York 
Observer published editorials calling for her to disclose her returns. 

http://bloas.wsj.com/washwire/2008/05/14/disclosure-demands-build-for-cindy-mccains-tax-returns/? 

mod=WSJBIoa 

John McCain has selective memory about global warming efforts (LA Times 5/15/08) 

By Maeve Reston 

He forgets that Clinton accompanied him on trips and that Obama cosponsored legislation. 
http://www.latimes.eom/news/nationworld/politics/la-na-trailmccain15-2008may15.0.7133278.story 

McCain's Gift to the Green Movement (TIME 5/14/08) 

By Eric Pooley 

...McCain has a predicament. ...To win, he must reel in independent voters, and to do that he has to distance 
himself from one of the least popular Presidents in American history at a time when 80 percent of voters say the 
country is heading down the wrong track. So while the Democrats are busy finishing up their fight, McCain has 
been looking for ways to prove that his first term wouldn't be tantamount to George W. Bush's third. The trouble 
is, there isn't a great deal of hard evidence for this proposition. McCain supports Bush's war in Iraq (though he 
criticized its execution) and Bush's tax cuts for the wealthy (though he previously opposed them). He has 
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government spending that has taken place on Bush's watch. But that fiscal restraint also limits McCain's policy 
options, which may be why his approaches to health care and the economy don't differ a great deal from the 
President's. When you boil it all down, global warming is the issue that sets McCain furthest apart from Bush. 
http://www.time.eom/time/politics/article/0.8599.1779350.00.html 

How Healthy Is John McCain? (TIME 5/14/08) 

By Michael Scherer and Alice Park 

...He didn't pay it much mind during the heat of the 2000 Republican primary campaign. But ...Losing the GOP 
nomination in 2000 gave McCain time to catch and treat the cancer at an early stage, which possibly saved his 
life. ... Eight years later, McCain at 71 finds himself on his way to another Republican Convention, and the 
questions about his health are no longer secondary to his political fortunes. If he were to win in November, he 
would become the oldest first-term President in U.S. history. To make the issue more pronounced, his likely 
opponent is young enough to be his son; at 46, Barack Obama hopes to become the fifth youngest President 
ever. 

http://www.time.eom/time/politics/article/0.8599.1779596.00.html 

McCain Vows to Do Better Vetting of Campaign Offiicials (WSJ blog 5/14/08) 

By Laura Meckler 

Sen. John McCain said today that his campaign will do a better job scrutinizing the people who work for it, given 
the resignation of two officials who had ties to a firm representing Myanmar's military junta. 
http://bloas.wsj.com/washwire/2008/05/14/mccain-vows-to-do-better-vettina-of-campaian-offiicials/ 

The McCain Doctrines (NY Times 5/14/08*) 

*to appear in print 5/18/08 
By MATT BAI 

Whatever their disagreements on policy, United States senators, even in today's hyperpolitical climate, are 
reluctant to impugn one another's motives or integrity. 
http://www.nytimes.eom/2008/05/1 8/maaazine/1 8mccain-t.html 

Lieberman Says Bombing Iran 'Has An Appeal To It (ThinkProgress 5/14/08) 

On right-winger Bill Bennett's radio show this morning, Sen. Joe Lieberman (l-CT) expressed his openess to 
bombing Iran, saying that there is "an appeal to it." Discussing the West Virginia primary results, Bennett praised 
what he claimed was Sen. Hillary Clinton's (D-NY) transformation into his "style" of politician, which he said is 
someone who "throws down a shot of liquor and bombs Iran." Lieberman whole-heartedly endorsed the "appeal" 
of the hawkish caricature Bennett had created 
http://thinkproaress.org/2008/05/14/lieberman-bennett-bomb-iran/ 

See also: http://www.thecarpetbaaaerreport.com/archives/15540.html 

Hagee's apocalyptic support of Israel (Politico 5/15/08) 

By: Ben Smith 

When Sen. John McCain was forced to distance himself from Pastor John Hagee earlier this year, he 
denounced the pastor's attacks on Catholicism. But asked why he wouldn't "repudiate" Hagee's endorsement of 
him, McCain found something to praise. ... Hagee's commitment to Israel, however, is itself controversial: It's 
rooted in the belief that the Jewish state will be the site - soon — of Armageddon. 
http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0508/10375.html 

McCain Ad Watch: Another Small Buy (Hotline 5/14/08) 

By JENNIFER SKALKA 

I reported yesterday that John McCain's OR ad buy turned out to be peanuts, just $1 ,310. Today I learned that 
his Wl buy -- Green Bay focused -- is equally small, about $2,180, according to sources. 
http://hotlinebloa.nationaljournal.com/archives/2008/05/mccain ad watch.html 

Can McCain overcome the G.O.P. brand? (Christian Science Monitor 5/15/08) 

By Linda Feldmann and Amanda Paulson 

A day after the Republican Party suffered its third straight loss in special congressional races for normally safe 
GOP seats, the political aftershocks are still reverberating - and heading right to the heart of the presidential 
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white working-class voters, the race would be over. But by all appearances, they're not. And so John McCain, 
the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, still has a fighting chance in November. 
http://www.csmonitor.com/2008/0515/p02sQ3-uspo.html 

GOP to rally around McCain (Washington Times 5/15/08) 

By S.A. Miller and Stephen Dinan 

House Republicans yesterday said Sen. John McCain is the cure to what ails them and that they're essentially 
pinning their electoral hopes on his coattails and credentials as a straight-talking spending-cutter. 
http://www.washinatontimes.com/article/20080515/NATION/904058300/1028/election 

How the Next President Should Fix the Economy (TIME 5/15/08) 

By Justin Fox 

Poll after poll shows a vast majority convinced that the economy and the country are headed in the wrong 
direction. The first and most obvious thing to be said is that this represents a big stumbling block for Republican 
John McCain. 

http://www.time.eom/time/business/article/0.8599.1790971 .00. html 

Cole's Advice: Embrace McCain (Atlantic Online 5/14/08) 

By Marc Ambinder 

..."When you lose three of these in a row, you have to get beyond campaign tactics and take a long hard look — 
is there something wrong with your product?" [Rep. Tom Cole] asked. His RX: look to the example of McCain, 
who Cole said was "terrific", is "running on change," and who, he noted, is running stronger in many Republican 
districts than House candidates are. "He's established his own unique brand as a candidate." 
http://marcambinder.theatlantic.com/archives/2008/05/coles advice embrace mccain.php 

Dems derail McCain bill to boost veterans' college aid (AP 5/14/08) 

By ANNE FLAHERTY 

Senate Democrats on Wednesday blocked a bill by John McCain that would have increased college aid for 
military veterans because they said it didn't go far enough and would serve only as political cover for the GOP 
presidential candidate. 

http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5jvWovlqUaqkZ luMvNikChKnb0uwD90LLFIQ0 

Judge Rejects DNC Lawsuit About McCain Financing (WSJ blog 5/14/08) 

By T.W. Farnam 

A district court judge ruled that the Democratic Party can't proceed in a lawsuit seeking to force the government 
to investigate John McCain's finances. The court said it won't have jurisdiction over the case until the party waits 
120 days for the Federal Election Commission to act, something the Democrats wanted to avoid because the 
commission doesn't have a quorum to do so. 

http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2008/05/14/judge-rejects-dnc-lawsuit-about-mccain-financing/ 

OPINIONS AND EDITORIALS 

McCain's path to victory (Washington Times 5/15/08) 

Barack Obama and John McCain are ignoring Hillary Clinton's decisive win in the West Virginia primary on 
Tuesday and are instead campaigning against each other. In order to prevail in the general election, the 
presumptive Republican nominee, Mr. McCain, must unveil a bold and inspiring platform. 
http://washingtontimes.com/article/20080515/EDITORIAL/902960102/1028/election 

The Republican Health-Care Surrender (WSJ 5/15/08) 

By Dick Armey; Page A17 

Acting like Democrats isn't the way to win on this big issue. 

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1 21 081 009474293593. html?mod=opinion main commentaries 

The GOP Must Stand for Something (WSJ 5/15/08) 

By KARL ROVE 

...Why is it tough sledding for Republicans? Public revulsion at GOP scandals was a large factor in the party's 
2006 congressional defeat. Some brand damage remains, as does the downward pull of the president's 
approval ratings. But the principal elements are the Iraq war and a struggling economy. 

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When will McCain denounce Hagee? (Baltimore Sun 5/15/08) 

By Charles Rammelkamp 

Why is it that nobody seems to demand that the "Straight Talker," Sen. John McCain, denounce the Rev. John 
Hagee, the evangelical Christian who has blamed the Jews for their own persecution over the centuries and has 
called the Catholic Church the "Great Whore"? The "Straight Talker" did denounce such Christian bigots back in 
2000; now, he seeks their blessing. 

http://www.baltimoresun.eom/news/opinion/letters/bal-ed.le.letters15m6mav15.0.3786456.storv 

McCain, Obama, and the Hamas Banana Skin (Huffington Post 5/14/08) 

By Daniel Levy 

Senator McCain's 'Hamas attack' on Senator Obama has certainly got a lot of play. The McCain campaign even used it in a fundraising email. While 
neither campaign has come out of the episode bathed in glory, the way in which Senator McCain manipulated this raises some worrying questions as 
to just how irresponsible on national security his campaign is willing to be to score points. 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-levv/mccain-obama-and-the-hama b 101797.html 
McCain & the Courts (NY Post 5/14/08) 

As the two Democratic presidential wannabes were busy beating each other up last week, GOP presumptive 
nominee John McCain cited a clear issue on which he differs from both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton: 
judgeships. McCain would tap judges who don't try to legislate from the bench. He's got the right approach. 
http://www.nypost.com/seven/05142008/postopinion/editorials/mccain the courts 110812.htm 

BUSH NEWS 

Bush Affirms U.S. Bond with Israel, Criticizes Tactics of Extremist Groups (AP 5/15/08) 
JERUSALEM — President Bush Thursday criticized the deadly tactics of extremist groups like al-Qaeda, 
Hezbollah and Hamas and said he looks toward the day when Muslims "recognize the emptiness of the 
terrorists' vision and the injustice of their cause." 

http://online.wsj. com/article/SB121083227146994907.html?mod=special page campaign2008 leftbox 

Election Defeats Tempt House GOP To Distance Itself From Bush (WSJ 5/15/08) 

By Susan Davis and Sarah Lueck 

A trio of special-election losses for House Republicans has raised serious doubts about their electoral outlook 
this November and could fuel increasing dissension between the caucus and President Bush, who may be their 
biggest liability. 

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB121081 12875679371 1 .html?mod=special page campaign2008 topbox 

Bush Solicitor General Quits as Agenda Fades (WSJ 5/15/08) 

By JESS B RAVIN 

Solicitor General Paul Clement, the government's voice at the Supreme Court, resigned Wednesday, a sign that 
the Bush administration's legal agenda is fading as it prepares to wind down. 

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1 21 081 2051 7989371 5. html?mod=special page campaign2008 leftbox 
Bush's golf story 'doesn't hold water.' (ThinkProgress 5/14/08) 

In an interview with Politico's Mike Allen, President Bush claimed he gave up golf after UN envoy Sergio Vieira 
de Mello was killed in Iraq. ...De Mello was killed on Aug. 19, 2003. The Washington Post's Dan Froomkin 
reports today: "Bush's story doesn't hold water": "[T]he Associated Press reported on Oct. 13, 2003, that he'd 
spent a "cool, breezy Columbus Day" playing "a round of golf with three long-time buddies." 
http://thinkprogress.org/2008/05/14/bushs-golf-story-doesnt-hold-water/ 

Allen: Bush's 'spring in his step' implies 'he must not read the papers or watch TV much.' 
(ThinkProgress 5/14/08) 

In an interview with a local ABC affiliate, Politico's Mike Allen discussed his interview with President Bush 
yesterday, in which Bush said he has given up golf because of the Iraq war. Describing Bush's "upbeat" mood 
about his presidency, Allen said it makes him realize that Bush "must not read the papers or watch TV much": 
http://thinkprogress.org/2008/05/14/allen-bushs-spring-in-his-step-implies-he-must-not-read-the-papers-or- 
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Bush and Peres Caught Off-Cam: Let's Hear it for the Ladies (ABC blog 5/14/08) 

Jon Garcia Reports: On the first day of President Bush's three day swing through Israel - ostensibly to salvage 
what's left of his peace proposal - he and Israeli President Shimon Peres were caught off-camera, but on-mic, 
saying that two women, Secretary of State Condi Rice and Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, were actually the 
ones negotiating the peace process. 

http://bloas.abcnews.com/politicalradar/2008/05/bush-and-peres.html 
Link to video: http://abcnews.go.com/Video/playerlndex?id=4853829 

OTHER TOP NEWS 

Republican Election Losses Stir Fall Fears (NYT 5/15/08) 

By ADAM NAGOURNEY and CARL HULSE 

The Republican defeat in a special Congressional contest in Mississippi sent waves of apprehension across an 
already troubled party Wednesday, with some senior Republicans urging Congressional candidates to distance 
themselves from President Bush to head off what could be heavy losses in the fall. 
http://www.nytimes.eom/2008/05/1 5/us/politics/15repubs.html?ref=politics 

Edwards Throws Support to Obama (Washington Post 5/15/08) 

By Peter Slevin; Page A01 

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., May 14 - Former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards gave his long- 
sought endorsement to Sen. Barack Obama on Wednesday night, calling on Democrats to unite behind him and 
turn their attention to the fall campaign. 

http://www.washinatonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/05/14/AR2008051404Q14.html 
Link to transcript: http://www.washinatonpost.com/wp-dvn/content/article/2008/05/14/ 

AR2008051403533.html 

Link to video: http://www.washinatonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/video/2008/05/14/VI20080514Q3266.html 

Democratic Hold on Jewish Vote Could Slip (WSJ 5/15/08) 

By ELIZABETH HOLMES; Page A7 

McCain, Matched Against Obama, Senses an Opening 

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1 21 081 275984493795. html?mod=special page campaign2008 leftbox 

Clinton: It'd be 'terrible mistake' to pick McCain over Obama (CNN 5/14/08) 

# Clinton: "Grave error" for her supporters not to vote for Obama if he is nominee 

# Clinton trounced Obama in West Virginia on Tuesday 

# Despite being more than $20 million in the red, she vows to keep going 

# Talks of a joint ticket would be "premature," she says 
http://www.cnn.com/2008/PQLITICS/05/14/clinton/index.html 

House passes election-year farm bill (AP 5/14/08) 

By MARY CLARE JALONICK 

By a strong, veto-proof majority, the House passed a $290 billion farm bill with increased subsidies for farmers 
and food stamps for the poor amid rising grocery prices while sprinkling in pet projects that lawmakers can take 
home to voters this election year. 

http://ap.aooale.com/article/ALeqM5hKiCUGVmDQJYT51475bq5PwW3aXwD90LQAHQ0 

Despite Truce, War Over Wall Persists in Sadr City (NYT 5/15/08) 

By MICHAEL R. GORDON 

... This is the war over the wall. It is a daily battle of attrition waged over the large concrete barrier that the 
Americans have been building across Sadr City in the hope of establishing a safe zone in the southern tier of the 
Shiite enclave. 

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/15/world/middleeast/15wall.html7hp 
Suicide bomber kills 22 in attack west of Baghdad (AP 5/14/08) 

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber killed 22 people and wounded at least 35 at the funeral of a Sunni school 
principal west of Baghdad. The bomber blew himself up in a funeral tent in the village of Abu Minasir. The 
funeral was for a grammar school principal who was shot and killed Tuesday. 
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POLLS 

Obama, Clinton Both Top McCain In November Face-Off, Ouinnipiac University National Poll 
Finds; Most Democrats Back Obama-Clinton 'dream Ticket' (Guinnipac 5/14/08) 

Either one of the two Democratic contenders, Illinois Sen. Barack Obama or New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, leads 
the likely Republican presidential nominee, Arizona Sen. John McCain, according to a Ouinnipiac University 
national poll released today. Sen. Obama leads Sen. McCain 47 - 40 percent while Sen. Clinton is up 46 - 41 
percent. 

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From: "Barnett. Robert" <RBarnett@wc.com> 

T o: jchung@hillaryclinton.com 

Date: 10/1 1/2015 9:34:54 AM 

Subject: Re: UPDATE -- debate prep session in NY 


2 minutes. 


From: Jason Chung [mailto:jchung@hillaryclinton.com] 

Sent: Sunday, October 11, 2015 12:33 PM Eastern Standard Time 

Cc: Karen Dunn <karen.l.dunn@gmail.com>; Barnett, Robert; Mandy Grunwald <gruncom@aol.com>; Joel Benenson <jbenenson@bsgco.com>; 
John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com>; John Podesta <jp66@hillaryclinton.com>; Jennifer Palmieri <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com>; Milia Fisher 
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Subject: Re: UPDATE -- debate prep session in NY 

Hi guys, 

I know you hit traffic - HRC and WJC just walked in. Could you let me know how long out you guys are? 

Thanks 

Jason Chung 

Hillary for America 

On Sat, Oct 10, 2015 at 9:42 PM, Jason Chung < jchuna@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Thanks to everyone that joined us today. 

Below is the transportation plan for tomorrow - please let me know if your plans have changed or if we are not 
tracking you correctly: 


• Huma Abedin - self 

• Joel Benenson - driving himself and others: 

• Bob Barnett 

• Jim Margolis 

• Mandy Grunwald 

• Karen Dunn 

• Tony Carrk - self 

• Carpool Vehicle 1 - driven by Milia Fisher 

• John Podesta 

• Jen Palmieri 

• Carpool Vehicle 2 - driven by staffer Brendan Corrigan - c. 215-2604177 

• Meet at 148 West 68th Street at 11:15 AM 

• Connolly Keigher 

• Sara Solow 

• Kristina Costa 

• Ron Klain 


Jason Chung 

Hillary for America 

On Sat, Oct 10, 2015 at 7:06 PM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
12:30pm with approximate end time of 5:30pm. 

On Sat, Oct 10, 2015 at 7:03 PM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
Tomorrow's debate prep session will begin at 12:30pm tomorrow. 

On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 8:27 PM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
Tomorrow's session will begin at 12:30pm. 

Thank you -- Lona 

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On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 12:42 PM, Lona Valmoro < lvalmoro@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Thank you for your patience on our location for this weekend -- here is where we have landed for 
Saturday and Sunday. 

If you are interested in around transportation to the site, please RSVP (to me) when you have a chance 
today. 

The ground transportation will be leaving from Brooklyn HQ at 10:45am. 

Saturday, October 10th 
12:00pm-5:00pm 
Bedford Room 

Doral Arrowwood Hotel Conference Center 
975 Anderson Hill Road 
Rye Brook, NY 10573 

Sunday, October 1 1th 
1:00pm until Tbd 
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From: "Cheryl Mills" <cheryl.mills@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 10/12/2014 1:35:52 AM 

Subject: tom asked me for ebola czar 


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From: "Gallogly. Mark" <mgallogly@centerbridge.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john. podesta@gmail.com> 

Date: 12/15/2015 5:31 :31 PM 

Subject: Re: Paris 


You too John. Let me know anyway I can of additional help on the campaign. 
Mark 


On 15 Dec 2015, at 7:10 pm, John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 


Thanks Mark. Appreciate it. Have a great Xmas if I don't see you before. 

On Tuesday, December 15, 2015, Gallogly, Mark < mgallogly@centerbridge.com > wrote: 
John, 


You laid the blueprint for the White House’s efforts on climate. Congratulations on a truly remarkable 
accomplishment. Over the course of two terms with many highlights and unprecedented gains for the 
American people, the climate agreement is a crowning achievement. 


Wishing you and Mary a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2016. 


All the best, 


Mark 


Mark T. Gallogly 
Managing Principal 
Centerbridge Partners 
375 Park Avenue 12th Floor 
New York, NY 10152 
Tel (212)672-4645 
maalloalv@centerbridae.com 


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From: "Marisa McAuliffe" <mmcauliffe@hrcoffice.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 1/27/2015 2:36:55 PM 

Subject: Phone number for tomorrow 


Hi John, hope you're doing well. We will plan on calling you directly for the meeting at 1:00pm. What is the best number to reach 
you at then? 

Best, 

Marisa 

Marisa McAuliffe 

Office of Hillary Rodham Clinton 

646-647-2742 (o) 

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T o: "Mae Podesta" <mpodesta@amail.com> 

Date: 9/29/2015 12:48:56 PM 

Subject: Re: Tonight 


Are you staying in NYC or headed down tonight? 

On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, Mae Podesta < mpodesta@amail.com > wrote: 

You can stay in my room. I'll be home at some point between 9-10 tonight to grab some things 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Brad Johnson" <climatebrad@amail.com> 

Date: 1 1/6/2015 8:13:58 AM 

Subject: Re: thank you 


Good day and about time. 

On Friday, November 6, 2015, Brad Johnson < climatebrad@gmail.com > wrote: 

Your leadership on tar sands and Keystone XL made a huge huge difference. You stood almost alone in 2010. 


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To: 

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With Prime Minister of Japan last eve. We both are Board members of a Foundation to promote cooperation between US 
India and Japan. 


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From: 

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To: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta(a)amail.com> 


"Chervl Mills" <chervl.mills(a)qmail.com> 


"Robbv Mook" <robbvmook2015(a)amail.com> 

Date: 

3/7/2015 12:06:31 PM 

Subject: 

Call for tomorrow morning 


Robby has asked for a call with the following participants in place of the 8:00am call tomorrow morning that was 
pulled down. However, he will be in flight at 8:00am and would need to do it a bit later in the morning. Is there a 
time after 10:30am EDT that might work? Please let me know and I will check with Marc and Charlie. 

Participants 
Charlie Baker 
Marc Elias 
Cheryl Mills 
Robby Mook 
John Podesta 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 8/18/2015 12:43:04 PM 

Subject: Fwd: Column: Hillary Battles the GOP Hate Machine | | Observer 


Can you tweet this out from me tomorrow. Maybe with icymi 

Forwarded message 

From: Brent Budowsky < brentbbi@webtv.net > 

Date: Tuesday, August 18, 2015 

Subject: Column: Hillary Battles the GOP Hate Machine | | Observer 
To: John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > 


John, this one is worth posting on Facebook etc. and using for fundraising, it is one 
of the most aggressive and uncompromising support for them.. ..Brent 

http://observer.com/2015/08/hillary-battles-the-aop-hate-machine/ 


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From: "Environmental Justice EPA" <environmental-justice@epa.aov> 

T o: podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu 

Date: 9/3/2014 3:48:06 AM 

Subject: [epa-ej] Call for Nominations for the Good Neighbor Environmental Board Membership 


|Environmental Justice Mailing List 


Call for Nominations for the Good Neighbor Environmental 
Board Membership 

Nominations Due October 31, 2014 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) invites nominations of a diverse group of qualified candidates 
to be considered for appointment to the Good Neighbor Environmental Board (GNEB). Vacancies must be filled 
by March 2015, but nominations must be received by the end of October 2014 to be included in the candidate 
pool. 

The GNEB was created in 1 992 by the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act, and it is responsible for 
providing advice to the President on environmental and infrastructure issues and needs within the States 
contiguous to Mexico. The GNEB consists of representatives from U.S. Government agencies; the states of 
Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas; academia; environmental and non-governmental entities; business 
and industry; and tribal and private organizations. EPA values and welcomes diversity. In an effort to obtain 
nominations of diverse candidates, EPA encourages nominations of women and men of all racial and ethnic 
groups. Members are appointed by the EPA Administer for two-year terms. 

The following criteria will be used to evaluate nominees: 

- Background and experiences that would help members contribute to the diversity of perspectives on the 
committee (e.g., geographic, economic, social, cultural, educational, and other considerations). 

• Representative of a sector or group that helps to shape border-region environmental policy or 
representatives of a group that is affected by border region environmental policy. 

■ Has extensive professional knowledge and experience with the particular issues that the GNEB 
examines (i.e. environmental and infrastructure issues along the U.S. -Mexico border), including the bi- 
national dimension of these issues. 

■ Bring senior level experience that will fill a need of the GNEB in bringing a new and relevant dimension 
to its deliberations. 

■ Ability to contribute approximately 10 to 15 hours per month to the GNEB's activities, including face-to- 
face meetings, conference calls and participation in the development of the GNEB's annual report to the 
President and comment letters. 

If you are interested in serving on GNEB, we will need the following items to process your nomination package: 

« Nominations must include a brief statement of interest, resume, curriculum vitae, or a short biography 
(no more than two paragraphs) describing your professional and educational qualifications, including a 
list of relevant activities and any current or previous service on advisory committees. In preparing your 
statement of interest, please describe how your background, knowledge, and experience will bring value 
to the work of the committee, and how these qualifications would contribute to the overall diversity of the 
GNEB. Also, be sure to describe any previous involvement with the Agency through employment, grant 
funding and/or contracting sources. 

■ Candidates from the academic sector must also provide a letter of recommendation authorizing the 
nominee to represent their institution. 

Please send suggestions on nominees to the Acting Designated Federal Officer, Ann-Marie Gantner at (202) 
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From: "Carlos M. Vazquez" <vazquez@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "Law Faculty and Visitors" <LawFacultyandVisitors@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

"Clinical Fellows" <ClinicalFellows@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 2/5/2015 1 1 :43:28 AM 

Subject: Human Rights Colloquium 


Dear Colleagues: 


Tomorrow at noon in the Faculty Dining Room, Gerald Neuman of Flarvard Law School will present his paper, Bi-Level 
Remedies for Human Rights Violations . 


Next Friday (Feb. 13), Steven Ratner of University of Michigan Law School will present his paper. Protecting Human 
Rights Abroad-Intemational Norms and Thin Global Justice . 


Links to the papers may be found at: https://schedule.law. georgetojywn.edu/MasterCalendar/ MasterCa 
lendar.aspx?data= UkJlzlbbJnXsIji+oUlK3JyOO%3d%3d 


I hope you can join us. 


FYI, the rest of the schedule is as follows: 


February 20: James Cavallero , Professor of Law, Stanford Law School, “Wrong Turn: The Costs to Human Rights of 
the Move to International Criminal Law” 

February 27: Eval Benvenisti. Anny and Paul Yanowicz Professor of Human Rights, Tel Aviv University Faculty of 

Law, “A Note on the Normative Status of Constitutional and International Law: The Case for Discordant Parity” 

March 6: David Moore , Professor of Law, Brigham Young University School of Law, “The Broader Founding and 
Constitutional Commitment to International Law” 

March 20: Janie Chuang , Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law, “Exploitation Creep: The 
Unmaking of Trafficking Law” 

March 27: Vicki Jackson. Thurgood Marshall Professor of Constitutional Law, Harvard Law School, “Feminisms, 
Pluralisms and Transnationalism: On CEDAW and National Constitutions” 

April 10: Harold Hongju Koh , Sterling Professor of International Law, Yale Law School, “The Unexplored Dangers of 
the Crime of Aggression” 

April 17: Malcau Mutua , SUNY Distinguished Professor, SUNY Buffalo Law School, “Is the Age 

of Human Rights Over?” 

April 24: Sarah Cleveland , Louis Henkin Professor of Human and Constitutional Rights, Columbia Law, “Convergence, 
Derogation, and the Law of War and Peace” 


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From: "Gene Karpinski" <aene karpinski@lcv.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 6/18/2015 6:22:48 PM 

Subject: Following up 


Looks like you got caught back stage after the event. Call my cell for a quick check in when you get a chance. 
703-568-4958. 


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From: "Jack Hatch" <info@jackhatch.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 8/12/2014 3:47:42 AM 

Subject: Another Scandal Looms 


HATCH 

VERNON 

for 

GOVERNOR 

JACXHATCH.COM // #IOWASFBZSHSTABT 


John: 

There's yet another scandal brewing in state government, and this time it's one 
that could have long-lasting and serious effects. 

i 

Judges are supposed to be impartial, fair decision-makers free of political influence. 

But this Governor wants the power to yank a judge off the bench for making 
the "wrong" decision. 

i 

Iowa's tradition of fair play and impartial government is threatened by a Governor 
who, as one columnist recently stated, sees no limits on executive power. 

i 

Will you help me win this race? Please contribute $10, $20, $50, or 
whatever you can to help defeat Governor B a istad. 

We’ve only got 84 days left in this race. 

i 

Governor Branstad's decision to turn a high-ranking administrative law judge 
position in the Department of Inspections and Appeals into a political appointment 
hurts the Iowa tradition of fairness and the rule of law in state government. 

i 

I'll work to restore the honesty and integrity to government that Iowans have 
rightly come to expect. 

Join us as we bring an end to the most scandal-ridden administration in 
Iowa history. Please chip in $10, $20, or $50 today. 

Thanks, 



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Date: 

2/28/2008 3:25:00 PM 

Subject: 

MARCH SCHEDULE 


Colleagues: 

If there are any fundraising or field program meetings you would like me to arrange in these locations, I am happy to try to fit 
them into my schedule. Please let Lisa know. 

Feb 28-March 2 Madison-Meeting scheduled with Mike Tate (ATLAS), Kim Warkentin (AV) and Bob Burke (WEAC) to review 
Wisconsin 2008 AV field plan including a pivotal (redistricting) state Supreme Court race on April 1.. Will check in with Anne 
Summers and Larry Marx if Amy wants me to follow-up on her call with them. 

March 4-9 Portland/Salem, Oregon-1 have been invited by Bob Stoll to meet with the Oregon Progressive Alliance donor 
collaborative. I will discuss the Fund. I will meet with representatives of OEA, SEIU and Our Oregon to discuss the numerous 
measures on the ballot and their field plans for the fall. I will be keynoting the OEA political convention in Salem. (Donors in 
Oregon?) 

March 10 Washington DC-Meet at NEA with representatives of the Colorado Strategy Group about possible IE campaign in 
Colorado US Senate race. ICT meeting at NEA. 

March 12-NEA Behind the Wall Team meeting 

March 14-Oklahoma City-Meet with state affiliate (Donors in Oklahoma?) 

March 13-14-Madison (Donors in Wisconsin?) 

March 17-18-NEA Executive Committee 
March 17-19-Take Back America Conference 
March 19 -NEA Behind the Wall Team Meeting 
March 19-FFA Dinner in Virginia 

March 20-23-Las Vegas-Meet with state affiliate (Donors in Las Vegas?) (Field Program in Nevada?) 

March 25-27-Flelena, Montana-Meet with state affiliate (Donors in Montana?) 

John Stocks 

Deputy Executive Director 
National Education Association 
1201 16th Street N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 20036 

202-822-7523 (office) 

202-822-7092 (fax) 

Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure. . . than to rank with those poor spirits who neither 
enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat. - Theodore Roosevelt 

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From: "Team Weaver" <info@weaverforconaress.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <podesta@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 12/31/2015 1 1 :46:12 AM 

Subject: Happy New Year from Team Weaver 


John, 

I hope that you saw Ki m's note from this morning. We all know that she can't wait to start the 
new year and continue to spread her positive message to people like you across our great state 
and beyond. Please, take a moment to read her email below, and if you can, sign up as a 
su pporter. »> 

The team also wanted to take this opportunity to see if you might be willing to make a last 
minute, end-of-vear contribution before tonight's big deadline. »> It's important that we kick 
off the new year on a strong note and we all know that victory isn't possible without your help. 
Thank you all for the support that you've provided in 2015. We look forward to an even better 
2016! 

Thank you and Happy New Year, 

Team Weaver 


Forwarded message 

From: Kim <kim@weaverforcongress.com> 

Date: Wed, Dec 30, 2015 at 4:17 PM 
Subject: Looking forward 

Dear John 

First and foremost, I would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous new year. 2015 has been a year of 
ups and downs but every new year offers an opportunity for reflection and new beginnings. In the political world, as 

we kick off 2016, and the Iowa Caucuses come and go, our attention will soon shift to the congressional 
races. 

If you haven't already, I hope that you'll consider supporting my campaign. Please, add your name and pledge 
to be a supporter »> 

I look forward to speaking with all of you about my vision for a better Iowa and a more functional congress that 
works to give back to the people of Iowa and this great nation. As I begin to lay out my campaign platform I will 
highlight my positions on issues such as: 

• Rebuilding our Middle Class 

• Improving K-l 2 Education 

• Making Post-Secondary Education more Affordable 

• Addressing Energy and Environmental Issues 

• Support for Family Farms; and 

• Immigration Reform 

Help me send the message to my opponent that this campaign should be about real issues and positive 
change »> 

I look forward to running a clean, positive campaign that lays out a clear path to victory in November and draws a 
positive distinction between myself and Steve King. I wish you all a safe holiday weekend and look forward to 
seeing you in 2016. 

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From: "Kaliope Poulianos" <kpoulianos13@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 3/15/2016 3:43:56 PM 

Subject: Re: Florida Represents! 


Great night! 

On Mar 15, 2016 10:40 PM, "John Podesta" < john. podesta@amail.com > wrote: 

Big time. 

On Tuesday, March 15, 2016, Kaliope Poulianos < kpoulianos1 3@gmail.com > wrote: 
Woot woot! 


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From: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1/30/2016 1 1:47:44 AM 

Subject: Fwd: Debate update-statement from John 


John Reynolds suggestion different from what you sent. This ok? 

Milia Fisher 
(858) 395-1741 

Begin forwarded message: 


From: Christina Reynolds < creynolds@hillaryclinton.com > 

Date: January 30, 2016 at 6:42:46 PM EST 

To: Brian Fallon < bfallon@hillaryclinton.com >, Jesse Ferguson < jferauson@hillaryclinton.com >, Nick 
Merrill < nmerrill@hillaryclinton.com >, Lily Adams < ladams@hillaryclinton.com >, Harrell Kirstein 
< hkirstein@hillaryclinton.com >, Xochitl Hinojosa < xhinojosa@hillaryclinton.com >, Alexandria Phillips 
< aphillips@hillaryclinton.com >, Zachary Petkanas < zpetkanas@hillaryclinton.com >, Sara Latham 
< slatham@hillaryclinton.com >, Milia Fisher < mfisher@hillaryclinton.com >, Jennifer Palmieri < 
jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com >. Ian Sams < icsams@amail.com > 

Subject: RE: Debate update-statement from John 


Adding Sara and Milia. Can someone get this teed up and out? 

John will tweet it once it's out with: No more debate on debates. Enough of the games. Let's go. 

From: Christina Reynolds [mailto: crevnolds@hillarvclinton.com ] 

Sent: Saturday, January 30, 2016 6:14 PM 

To: Brian Fallon ( bfallon@hillarvclinton.com ) < bfallon(5)hillarvclinton.com >; Jesse Ferguson 

( iferguson@hillaryclinton.com ) < jferguson@hillaryclinton.com >: Nick Merrill < nmerrill@hillaryclinton.com >; Lily 
Adams < ladams@hillaryclinton.com >: Harrell Kirstein ( hkirstein@hillaryclinton.com ) 

< hkirstein@hillaryclinton.com >; Xochitl Hinojosa < xh inoiosa@hillaryclinton.com >; Alexandria Phillips 
< aphillips@hillaryclinton.com >; Zachary Petkanas < zpetkanas@hillaryclinton.com > 

Subject: Debate update-statement from John 

Update on debates— statement below— can we get it teed up, proofed and blasted out? 

As for key points, I’ll reach back out to the people who I got looped in with, but want to give you the update on the 
background points, so if you get the questions: 

1) This is us trying to move the ball forward and end the debate. We approved of all of the things they wanted in their 
initial request— no weekends, the specific months, etc. And while we believe Flint is a good place to do a debate, we 
are fine to actually sit down and come to agreement on dates and cities and believe that that can be done. In the 
mean time we should do NH and we will get this done. 

2) Would do this on deep background, but we believe the Michigan date was rejected by the DNC based on scheduling 
and we never got it, so we didn't have a chance to reject it. No specifics had been agreed to— but we are willing to 
sit down and come to some mutually agreed upon sites. 


(Also, as an FYI — Mr. I don't want to be a partisan attack dog, Jake Sullivan, drafted the below) 


Statement from John Podesta 

There is nothing worse than a debate about debates. From our perspective, this is pretty simple. The people of New 
Hampshire wanted a debate. We said Secretary Clinton would be there. The Sanders campaign said their candidate would 
only come if we agreed to three additional debates, one each in March, April, and May. We agreed to that. The Sanders 
campaign further asked that these debates not take place on weekends or holidays. We agreed to that as well, and offered 
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an answer, apparently because they are intent on avoiding a debate in New Hampshire. Enough of the games. We are 
prepared to show up for a debate next Thursday and for three additional debates in the months ahead, which we can all 
work together to schedule. We hope Senator Sanders will be there too. If the Sanders campaign decides to reject the 
debate next week, we'll let them answer to the voters of New Hampshire. 

One additional note. We made the modest suggestion that one of the three additional debates take place in Flint, Michigan 
to shine a spotlight on what's happening there and in places like Flint around the country. The Sanders campaign never 
responded. We're not sure why, but if they'd rather not debate in Flint, we're certainly willing to mutually agree on three 
other locations. 


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From: "Ervn Sepp" <eryn.sepp@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 6/15/2015 4:38:04 PM 

Subject: Thoughts on San Fran EQ Cap Breakfast? 


Hi John-- 

Dave Chen would like to know if you're open to doing a 7:30 am private breakfast at the Cavallo Point Hotel 
before the conference (which necessitates you staying there, I imagine!). In Dave's words, "We would like to 
organize 4-5 people representing or managing large pools of capital and influence to meet him." We don't 
currently have any other breakfast prospects for Tuesday morning. 

Here are a few examples of who he intends to invite. Can get you more details if you need: 

Marie Chandoha 

President and CEO, Charles Schwab Investment Management Inc. 

Prior to becoming President and CEO of Schwab Investments in 201 0, Chandoha served as the global head of 
fixed-income at BlackRock. She has previously served in leadership roles at Wells Capital Management, 
Goldman Sachs, and Credit Suisse First Boston. Chandoha is a trustee of the California chapter of the Nature 
Conservancy. She received her BA in Economics from Harvard. 

Richard (Dick) Daniels 

Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Kaiser Permanente 

Dick Daniels became the CIO of Kaiser Permanente in February 2015. Daniels had served as the interim CIO 
since September 2014 when his predecessor, Philip Fasano, left to become the CIO of AIG. Before his 
appointment, he had served as the senior vice president of enterprise shared services and the senior vice 
president of information technology at Kaiser Permanente. Daniels is a graduate of Texas State University. 

Elon Musk 

Entrepreneur, CEO/CTO of SpaceX, CEO of Tesla Motors, Chairman of Solar City 

Elon Musk currently serves as the CEO/CTO of SpaceX, the CEO of Tesla Motors, and the Chairman of Solar 
City. He is also a cofounder of PayPal and Zip2. Musk's political efforts have focused primarily on space 
research and exploration, for which he has made significant donations to both democrats and republicans. Musk 
has expressed his belief that the government should no longer subsidize environmentally friendly companies 
(like his own Tesla Motors and Solar City), but rather should institute a carbon tax. Musk studied Physics and 
Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is originally from South Africa, and currently lives with his wife 
Talulah Riley an actress, and his six children in Los Angeles. 


Eryn M. Sepp 
Cell: 818-456-2881 


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From: "Denise Cardinal" <denise@proaressnow.ora> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 9/3/2013 2:00:29 AM 

Subject: Imitations 


Jjj ProaressNow - Advancing Progressive Agendas. State bv State 


JJ Visit ProaressNow on Facebook 


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Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

They say that imitation is the highest form of flattery, and if that’s the case then Progress 
Michigan and Alliance for a Better Minnesota should be very proud of their work. In these two 
states right-wing groups have attempted to create communication organizations to counter our 
affiliates' work. As hard as the right wing may try they cannot stop what we do every day - make 
progress happen, and happen NOW. 

As always, let me know what you think, or even better, contribute to us here 
Best, 

Denise Cardinal 
Executive Director 
ProgressNow 
ProgressNow Education 


is the Michigan Freedom Fund the Conservative Response to Progress Michigan? 

On August 23rd’s edition of Off the Record , Tim Skubick discussed what the struggle for power 
between Republican Party stalwarts and Tea Party activists means for Medicaid expansion in 
Michigan. Chad Livengood, a reporter at the conservative-leaning Detroit News, cited The 
Michigan Freedom Fund as evidence of a Republican party realignment. Specifically, he said 
“They’ve gone from Right to Work debate, to now being the conservative, right-wing answer to 
Progress Michigan.” That’s right - the fact that Progress Michigan is calling out Republicans and 
holding them accountable has inspired conservatives to attempt to do the same. 

According to the Detroit News , the Michigan Freedom Fund has increased their capacity and 
staff members in order to branch out into political fights with Democrats. While promoting 
freedom might be the group's stated goal, it seems that their true intention is to attack Democrats. 
This includes Representative Alberta Tinsley-Talabi and gubernatorial candidate Mark Schauer. 
Unlike Progress Michigan, the Michigan Freedom Fund's actions may be motivated by a fear of 
losing rather than a need for accountability. Their attempt to bring up seven-year-old campaign 
finance violations against Schauer shows that Republican Governor Rick Snyder is in trouble and 
is trying any tactic he can to paint Schauer in a negative light. 


Right-Wing Groups Take Tips from Alliance for a Better Minnesota 

In Minnesota, right-wing groups have been attempting to copy Alliance for a Better Minnesota for 
years. This year, however, three groups have been successful in uniting corporate and business 
interests with common messages and themes. These include: Minnesota Jobs Coalition, United 
for Jobs, and Minnesota Action Network. The MN Jobs Coalition seems to be imitating ABM’s 
rapid response use of social networks. Recently, they have been hitting Democratic Governor 
Dayton on Twitter about the farm equipment repair tax, “secret” trips, and regarding the 
Lieutenant Governor re-election. United for Jobs is a new advocacy organization that was 
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main focus has been on taxes. This is seen in TV ads they ran against the Governor's tax bill that 
increased income taxes on the richest 2% of Minnesotans, and the petition they are currently 
running to repeal all three business taxes. 

Lastly, the MN Action Network is the Minnesota arm of former Senator Norm Coleman's 
American Action Network. This group has been consolidating conservative power and building 
funds for paid election communications for next year. In a fundraising letter , media mogul 
Stan Hubbard and CEO Tom Rosen each committed $50,000 to flip the Governor's seat and 
legislature to Republican control. With conservative groups increasing their communication 
efforts, it is extremely important that we continue to hold right-wing groups and politicians 
accountable. 


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From: "Ervn Sepp" <eryn.sepp@amail.com> 

To: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 3/14/2016 6:38:13 AM 

Subject: Fwd: FW: Working for the Clinton campaign 

Attachments: Ben Harris Resume.pdf 


Hi John--Winnie sent you this resume the other day, but the resume wasn't actually attached! I'm resending now 
and flagging that Milia and I will look into this if you like. He looks like a good egg. 

Best, 

Eryn 


Forwarded message 

From: Winnie Stachelberg < wstachelbera@ameri canproaress.org > 
Date: Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 10:12 AM 
Subject: FW: Working for the Clinton campaign 
To: " eryn.sepp@amail.com " < ervn. sepp@amail.com > 


Eryn - I mentioned this young man in passing to John last week and then sent him this email and resume. Could you let me know 
if I should send it to someone else? I know John's busy with more important things but I would like to get Ben's resume into the 
right hands. 


Thanks so much, 


Winnie 


From: Winnie Stachelberg 

Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2016 2:21 PM 

To: 'Winnie Stachelberg 1 

Subject: FW: Working for the Clinton campaign 


John - this is the resume I wanted to send to you. Ben interned for me summer 2012 when he was at Columbia. He's been at 
Dropbox since graduation. He's smart, great writer and a doer. Any chance there's room for him at the campaign - as he says in 
the email below he'd do/go just about anywhere. Let me know if I should ping someone else, thanks 


From: Ben Harris f mailto:benharris2@email.com l 

Sent: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 10:12 PM 

To: Winnie Stachelberg 

Subject: Working for the Clinton campaign 


Hi Winnie, 


I hope you are doing well and that everything is great at CAP. And thank you again for your help a year ago 
when we were thinking about how best to engage with other companies on LGBTQ issues at Dropbox. 


As I witness the rise of Donald Trump on the national stage, I've become increasingly convinced that working for 
Hillary Clinton is more important now than ever. Today, I applied for a role at her headquarters as a data 

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analyst, but would honestly consider speechwriting, research, field organizing, and other roles as well. The 
contrast between her and any of the potential GOP nominees is so striking that I'm compelled to do something 
more than simply donate and make phone calls on her behalf. 


I'm not sure if you have any connections to the campaign, but if it's possible to surface my interest I would be 
incredibly grateful. Every four years we hear the same thing: "The stakes have never been higher." This time 
around, that seems like a gross understatement. 


All the best, 


Ben 


P.S. I've attached my resume for your reference. Please let me know if anything else would be helpful. 


Ben Harris 

benharris2@amail.com 


Eryn M. Sepp 
Cell: 818-456-2881 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Luke Albee" <lukealbee@amail.com> 

Date: 6/10/2015 9:29:58 AM 

Subject: Re: Polls Regarding U.S.-Cuba Policy 


I like your idea and have begun a conversation about it in the campaign. 

On Wednesday, June 10, 2015, Luke Albee < lukealbee@amail.com > wrote: 

John -- here is some polling stuff on Cuba, including one done by Joel Benenson. Having just 
been to Miami to help launch a PAC, I know the earth has moved dramatically on this, 
especially among young Republicans . And I think the idea that Rubio is presenting himself as a 
guy of the future, but hugs this policy rooted in the Cold War, rally clangs. And he gets tied in 
knots when he tries to explain why Cuba and China are different. 

And I have people here who know all the players and can help if this is something you guys 
want to seriously consider. 

I will ding you Tuesday on our launch in case your plans change. Luke 


Polls Regarding U.S.-Cuba Policy: 


Bevond the Beltway Insights (2015): 

• 64% of all voters support ending the embargo 

• 51 % of Republicans support ending the embargo 

• 72% of all voters support expanding travel and trade by Americans and having direct diplomacy with Cuba 

• Republicans under the age of 50 strongly support trade, travel and diplomacy and 64% of this subgroup believes that recent policy changes 
are in the best interests of the US and Cuban people 

• Among embargo supporters, 44% believe that expanding travel and trade is more likely to improve human rights in Cuba 


MSNBC/Telemundo/Marist (April 2015): 

• A majority of Americans, 59%, including 56% of Latinos, approves of the recent decision for the United States to provide diplomatic 
recognition of Cuba. 

Univision Noticias/Fusion/ Washington Post (April 201 5): 

• 97% of Cubans on the island said normalizing relations would be good for their country. 

• 96% of Cubans favor an end of the embargo. 


YouGov/Airbnb (April 2015): 

• Between Jan. 1 and May 9, 201 5, there was a 36 percent increase of American visitors to Cuba. 

• 30 percent of U.S. adults are planning or would consider a trip to Cuba in the next two years. 

• Millennial and Hispanic Americans are most attracted to travel in Cuba, with over a third of 1 8 to 34 year olds considering a trip in the 
next two years. 


Atlantic Council (February 2014): 

• A majority of the American people supported normalized relations with Cuba. 

• Survey respondents from the US Hispanic community supported broader Cuban relations by 62 to 30 percent. 

• Voting-age residents of Florida, a decisive swing state in recent presidential elections, backed a policy change by 63 to 30 percent. 


Additional polls that show support from a majority of Americans, Cuban-Americans, and Cubans living in Cuba for ending the embargo : 


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• ABC News 

• Florida International University 

• Gallup 

• Bendixen & Amandi International 


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From: "Ashok Mahbubani" <ashok@mtronics.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 3/17/2015 5:33:49 AM 

Subject: RE: Visit to Washington DC 


Dear John, We're free that evening. Could we have the pleasure of having Mary & you join us at the Club 
Lounge at the Ritz Carlton? Entirely your call - just let us know your preference. Beat, always. Ashok 

Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone 


Original message 

From: John Podesta <john.podesta@gmail.com> 

Date:03/16/2015 5:26 AM (GMT-06:00) 

To: Ashok Mahbubani <ashok@mtronics.com> 

Cc: Amrita Mahbubani <amrimah@hotmail.com>, podesta.mary@gmail.com, Eryn Sepp <eryn.sepp@gmail.com> 
Subject: Re: Visit to Washington DC 

Ashok, 

I think dinner at our house on Sunday might work if you are free. I'll ck with Mary. 

John 

On Mar 15, 2015 10:06 PM, "Ashok Mahbubani" < ashok@mtronics.com > wrote: 

Dear John & Mary, Trust you saw the Email that Neera copied you on. 


Our visit to the DC area is now firm - the event we’re attending on Fri, 17-Apr-2015 is actually in Alexandria 
VA. 

We’ll move over to Washington DC on Sat, 18-Apr-2015 - probably at the Ritz Carlton - by around lunch time.. 
Would love to meet and wonder if any time on Sun, 19-Apr-2015 would work for you. 


We’re trying to connect with Joe Duffey as well - you might remember, John, that you introduced us to him at 
the Clinton Rye Brook retreat.. 

Amrita and I would love to host an afternoon or evening meal where all of us might get together. 


Do let us know what would fit best with your schedule. 


Warm Regards, Ashok 

Amrita & Ashok Mahbubani 

The EKTA Foundation 

6 King Georges Way 

Huntsville AL 35824 

Cell: + 1 256 3371953 (Amrita) 

Cell: + 1 256 468 9103 (Ashok) 


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Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2015 9:34 PM 
To: Ashok Mahbubani; John Podesta 
Cc: Amrita Mahbubani 
Subject: Re: Visit to Washington DC 


I've added John. I'm in California until sat evening so I would only be able to meet Sunday. Let me know what 
works for you all. Sent from my iPhone 

On Mar 14, 2015, at 10:15 PM, Ashok Mahbubani < ashok@mtronics.com > wrote: 

Hi Neera! Hope all’s well with you and the family in this pre-election year... 

We have a possible reason to visit Washington DC for an event on Fri, 17-Apr-2015. 

Ideally, for us, we’d fly in that Friday morning, stay the weekend and come back home Sunday night (or) 
Monday morning. 

Would we have a chance to meet on any of those dates? 

We could fly in a day earlier on Thu, 1 6-Apr-201 5 if that works better. 

If possible, we’d love to also meet John & Mary Podesta. 

They’ve always been so gracious and kind to us. 

Email addresses I have for both of them are no longer valid. 

Please tell them we asked about them and would be delighted to host an evening on any of those days. 
Of course, we’d be tickled if we could all get together. . . 

Warm Regards, Ashok 


Amrita & Ashok Mahbubani 

The EKTA Foundation 

6 King Georges Way 

Huntsville AL 35824 

Cell: + 1 256 337 1953 (Amrita) 

Cell: + 1 256 468 9103 (Ashok) 


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From: "Sara Latham" <slatham@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1/5/2016 6:59:48 AM 

Subject: Fwd: For approval: NH Photos 


at least your H pin went to a good cause ! 

Forwarded message 

From: tina < tflournoy1 1 @amail.com > 

Date: Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 1:03 PM 
Subject: Re: For approval: NH Photos 

To: Jon Davidson < jonrdavidson@amail.com >, Katie Dowd < kdowd@hillaryclinton.com > 

Cc: Angel Urena < anaelurena30@amail.com >, Huma Abedin < ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com >, Josh Schwerin 
< jschwerin@hillaryclinton.com >, Nick Merrill < nmerrill@hillaryclinton.com >, Sara Latham 
< slatham@hillaryclinton.com > 


1 . When Angel and I last visited the Brooklyn office we asked for pins for WJC as he had none. In case you 
didn't know, he has a very large (and very interesting) collection of political pins and buttons. Sara kindly gave 
us what she could get her hands on. Glad this helped sales. We'd love to have others if you have them. 

2. Agree 

Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T 


From: Jon Davidson < jonrdavidson@amail.com > 

Date: Tue, 5 Jan 2016 12:36:39 -0500 
To: Katie Dowd< kdowd@hillaryclinton.com > 

Cc: Angel Urena< anaelurena30@amail.com >: Huma Abedin< ha16@hillaryclinton.com >; Tina 
Flournoy< tflournoy1 1 @amail.com >; Josh Schwerin< jschwerin@hillaryclinton.com >; Nick 
Merrill< nmerrill@hillarvclinton.com >; Sara Latham< slatham@hillaryclinton.com > 

Subject: Re: For approval: NH Photos 

1. I first read this as "President Clinton wore a pantsuit yesterday" which threw me off. 

Congrats on the spike in sales. 


2. We loved Jon. He was great to work with. 


On Jan 5, 2016, at 12:30 PM, Katie Dowd < kdowd@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Totally makes sense! Two follow-up things for you all: 

1 . President Clinton wore a pantsuit pin yesterday and we saw a huge spike in sales thanks to him wearing it. 
Check out this awesome chart that is pasted below. The spike is yesterday's sales!! Thank you, such a 
nice surprise. 

2. Tomorrow, I plan on joining a call to talk through road processes and approvals with Team WJC but in prep 
for Thursday in Iowa, we would love to have Jon, the videographer you met yesterday in NH, join you for 
the organizing events in Iowa. Tina, Angel, Jon - what do you think ? Would that be OK? Let me know and 
we can make the necessary travel arrangements for him to get to Iowa tomorrow or Thurs AM. 


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On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 10:49 AM, Angel Urena < anaelurena30@amail.com > wrote: 

Thank you. Not trying to be heavy handed, as much as I’m trying to keep track of this stuff, since we’re now 
officially out there. 


On Jan 5, 2016, at 5:52 AM, Katie Dowd < kdowd@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

We would just pair the image with a quote from the event or for example team NH may use these photos 
for the next organizing event to invite people to come. If we take any creative liberty like we did with the 
video, we would of course run it by you all for approval. 

On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 1:18 AM, Huma Abedin < ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
you guys got good stuff 

On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 10:18 PM, Angel Urena < anaelurena30@amail.com > wrote: 

Do you guys intend on using anything in his voice? 

On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 10:17 PM tina < tflournov1 1 @gmail.com > wrote: 

Angel - anything before this is a wrap? 

Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T 


From: Katie Dowd < kdowd@hillarvclinton.com > 

Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2016 22:08:01 -0500 

To: Jon Davidson< jonrdavidson@amail.com > 

Cc: Sara Latham< slatham@hillaryclinton.com >; Tina Flournoy< tflournoy1 1 @gmail.com >; 
Angel Urena< angelurena30@gmail.com >; Josh Schwerin< jschwerin@hillarvclinton.com >; 
Nick Merrill< nmerrill@hillaryclinton.com >; Huma Abedin< ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com > 
Subject: Re: For approval: NH Photos 

Will do. 

On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 10:07 PM, Jon Davidson < jonrdavidson@amail.com > wrote: 

I'd also cut OTR2 please 

On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 10:04 PM, Sara Latham < slatham@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 
Love OTR 9 and 5 too! 


Sent from my iPhone 

On Jan 4, 2016, at 10:01 PM, tina < tfloumov1 1 @gmail.com > wrote: 

Well - 1 think they're a lot of WJC solo - is that what you want? 

Also, I like OTR 9 and 5 a bit more than 6 and 2 

We'd also cut Nashua 20 

Reflects JD's comments too 
Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T 


From: Katie Dowd < kdowd@hillarvclinton.com > 

Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2016 21:44:22 -0500 

To: Angel Ureha< anaelurena30@amail.com >; Jon 

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Davidson< jonrdavidson@gmail.com >; Tina Flournoy< tflournoy1 1 @amail.com > 

Cc: Sara Latham< slatham@hillarvclinton.com >; Josh 

Schwerin< jschwerin@hillaryclinton.com >; Nick Merrill< nmerrill@hillaryclinton.com >; 
Huma Abedin< ha1 6@hillaryclinton.com > 

Subject: For approval: NH Photos 


Hi all - 


We have a batch of photos from Adam that he sent from today's events. Our team in NH 
and HQ would love to post a few specific pictures to amplify WJC's events. 

These would be posted on our social accounts including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. 

Hoping we can talk about photo approvals also on Wednesday to make sure we put 
together a process that works for you all. 

Let me know if these below photos are OK to use. Cheers, Katie 

All Pictures: 

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rkqm1v8jqp0svgf/AABYEAiU5KS MaRmemUQC9GXa? 
dl=0 


Selects we would like to use: 

Exeter 5 

Exeter 6 

Exeter 13 

Nashua 1 1 

Nashua 12 

Nashua 17 - Love this one! 

Nashua 20 
OTR 2 
OTR 6 
OTR 18 


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From: "Robert Redford" <feedback@lcv.ora> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 10/22/2008 1 1 :05:52 AM 

Subject: Why I'm giving to LCV 


1 

Dear John, 

After hearing recently from my friends at LCV, I'm so 
energized by this campaign that I had to drop you a note. 

Last year, historic clean energy provisions to repeal 
billions in subsidies to Big Oil and to increase our use of 
renewable energy passed the U.S. House 
overwhelmingly... but stalled in the U.S. Senate. That's 
where we really need change. 

I'm giving to LCV so we can have 60 pro- 
environment leaders in the Senate— a filibuster- 
proof majority. Only then will we be able to finally 
pass legislation to reduce our dependence on oil 
and combat global warming. 

Will you get on board too and help LCV reach its 
$40.000 goal before October 31? 

In communities across America, people like you and me 
are taking charge of our environmental future, building 
coalitions, and taking bold action. Because we know that 
protecting our planet is a moral imperative. 

So what's been missing? Leadership from Washington. Especially in the U.S. 
Senate. 

The power to change it is in your hands. Contribute to LCV today. 

Your gift will give LCV the resources they need to not only elect a pro-environment White 
House and Congress, but to work with elected leaders in the months ahead to solve our 
energy crisis. 

We can't let up. We're within striking distance of those 60 Senate votes that will pass the 
new clean energy policies we need to strengthen our economy, reduce our dependence on 
oil, and protect our planet from global warming pollution. This kind of opportunity may 
never come along again. 

Sincerely, 


II 


Robert Redford 


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Will you join me in securing a 
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From: "Burns Strider" <burns.strider@americanbridae.ora> 

T o: CTRFriendsFamily <CTRFriendsFamily@americanbridae.ora> 

Date: 2/16/2015 1 :31 :26 AM 

Subject: Correct The Record Monday February 16, 2015 Morning Roundup 



Correct The Record Monday February 16. 2015 Morning Roundup: 


Headlines: 


New York Times: “For Hillary Clinton 


John Podesta Is a Right Hand With a Punch" 


“Mr. Podesta will need that competitive streak if he becomes chairman of Mrs. Clinton’s presidential campaign, as expected.” 


The Hill bloa: Ballot Box: “Graham. Clinton lead SC poll” 


“Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) are leading a South Carolina poll of likely 2016 presidential 
contenders that was released on Sunday by NBC News.” 


The Hill bloa: Ballot Box: “Bush. Clinton lead NH poll” 


“Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) are leading a poll of likely 2016 presidential contenders in 
New Hampshire that was released on Sunday by NBC News.” 


NJ.com: “'Run Warren Run' campaigners stump in Hoboken" 


“Braving bitter cold and fierce winds today, about a dozen people who want Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president held a 
"visibility event" outside the Hoboken PATH terminal.” 


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The Week: “Rand Paul sent Hillary Clinton a snarky Valentine's Day card” 


“Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) celebrated Valentine's Day by throwing some shade at Hillary Clinton. Paul on Saturday tweeted out a link to a fake Clinton 
Pinterest page packed with unflattering images of the former secretary of state alongside memes culled from around the Internet.” 


Articles: 


New York Times: “For Hillary Clinton. John Podesta Is a Right Hand With a Punch” 


By Peter Baker 
February 15, 2015 


WASHINGTON — Not that he’s competitive or anything, but one Friday evening, John D. Podesta, a top adviser to President Obama, announced 
at a White House meeting that he would finish a 10-mile race that weekend in so many minutes. Needling Denis McDonough, the president’s chief of 
staff, Mr. Podesta added: “I don’t know what Denis is going to run.” 


Sure enough, Mr. Podesta finished in an hour and 26 minutes, beating Mr. McDonough, 21 years his junior, by six minutes. So as Mr. Podesta, 66, 
packed up his West Wing office last week, he jokingly blamed his departure on a subsequent loss. “I knew it was time to look at leaving the White 
House when Denis McDonough beat me in 12K Jingle Bell race,” he said on Twitter. 


Wiry, ascetic, profane and relentless, John Podesta has become the Democratic Party’s marathon man in more ways than one. He helped save Bill 
Clinton’s presidency from the fires of scandal and impeachment. He spent the last year trying to salvage Barack Obama’s presidency from gridlock 
and malaise. And now he has handed in his White House pass to try to create a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidency from the ashes of her last failed 
campaign. 


Perhaps no other unelected Democrat has shaped his party as much over the last two decades. As Mr. Clinton’s chief of staff, as founder of the 
left-leaning Center for American Progress and most recently as Mr. Obama’s counselor, Mr. Podesta has pushed his party toward a more 
aggressive approach to both policy and politics. “He’s a competitive cat,” Mr. McDonough said. 


Mr. Podesta will need that competitive streak if he becomes chairman of Mrs. Clinton’s presidential campaign, as expected. It will fall to him to 
impose discipline on the sprawling and fractious Clinton universe, including the candidate and her famously undisciplined husband. And it will fall to 
Mr. Podesta to manage relations between a president focusing on his legacy and his would-be successor focusing on the next election. 


“He believes in and uses power in a way that many Democrats are too pusillanimous to do,” said Paul Begala, a former Clinton White House aide 
and longtime friend. “He’s not afraid to use power, and ruthlessly if necessary. I think he’s as good a political guy as I’ve ever seen. He’s the real 
thing.” 


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internal strife that helped doom Mrs. Clinton’s primary bid against Mr. Obama seven years ago. Her 2008 campaign was riven by clashing rivals 
more intent on fighting each other than opposing candidates. For months, no single aide was truly in charge. 


In recruiting Mr. Podesta, Mrs. Clinton is signaling that she will impose a more orderly structure this time. “When John speaks, both longtime Clinton 
supporters like me and people new to the circle will know that he’s speaking for her,” said Harold Ickes, a top adviser to both Clintons for years. 
“That’s very important. That didn’t happen in 2008, with some of the resulting consequences.” 


No one doubts Mr. Podesta’s toughness. During his previous White House stint, colleagues joked that he was sometimes replaced by his evil twin 
“Skippy.” And as someone who met Mr. Clinton during Joseph D. Duffey’s unsuccessful Senate campaign in Connecticut in 1970, he is one of the 
few people with the longevity and stature to talk bluntly with the Clintons when they mess up. “The fact that he’s saying it would carry an enormous 
amount of weight,” Mr. Ickes said. “Both of them consider him a very straight shooter.” 


Republican operatives view Mr. Podesta as a liberal who will tug Mrs. Clinton away from the political center and make it harder for her to argue that 
she represents a fresh start after Mr. Obama’s administration. 


“You’ve got to admire someone willing to move from one sinking ship to another that’s taking on water before it’s even left port,” said Michael Short, 
a spokesman for the Republican National Committee. “Voters overwhelmingly don’t want a third term for President Obama’s liberal agenda, but it’s 
clear that’s what Hillary Clinton and John Podesta intend to give them.” 


Mr. Podesta, who declined to be interviewed because he is “superstitious” about profiles, was born in Chicago to an Italian-American father and 
Greek-American mother. His father never finished high school and worked in factories, pushing his children to go to college. While Mr. Podesta is a 
practicing Catholic like his father, he embraces his mother’s side as well, displaying Greek Orthodox icons in his White House office and adopting 
her love of cooking. 


He has attributed his drive and temper to an ethnic upbringing during which yelling at the dinner table over politics was acceptable. He came of age 
in the tumult of the 1960s. While studying at Knox College in Illinois, he and other students “debated, ranted, chanted, protested,” as he put it in a 
1998 commencement address, and he campaigned for Eugene McCarthy, the antiwar presidential candidate, in 1968. 


Mr. Podesta earned a law degree from Georgetown University, where he still teaches on the side, and went to work for figures like Senators 
Patrick J. Leahy of Vermont and Tom Daschle of South Dakota. With his brother, Tony Podesta, he founded the Podesta Group, which has 
become a powerhouse lobbying firm with extensive corporate ties. 


After going to work for Mr. Clinton, he rose to chief of staff, presiding over a White House rocked by revelations about the president’s sexual 
adventures with Monica Lewinsky. To keep the staff focused on business, he threatened to fire anyone caught talking about the scandal. But he 
understood before colleagues did that they would lose a House vote on impeachment despite popular support for Mr. Clinton, and he oversaw a 
strategy emphasizing the partisanship of the process to delegitimize the House vote and win a largely party-line acquittal in the Senate. 


After leaving the White House, Mr. Podesta founded the Center for American Progress, an organization that married policy and politics. “He’s a 
policy wonk’s policy wonk,” said Sarah Rosen Wartell, a co-founder who added he was also “very much a doer.” Enlisting wealthy donors like 
George Soros and Herb and Marion Sandler, Mr. Podesta made the center and himself power players in liberal politics. 


In 2008, Mr. Obama tapped Mr. Podesta to run his transition, to the chagrin of the loyalists who had helped beat Mrs. Clinton for the nomination. Mr. 
Obama tried to recruit him to join the administration, an entreaty he resisted until early 2014 when the presidency was flailing and he agreed to come 
on board for a year to help turn it around. 


Mr. Podesta came with a strategy he and Ms. Wartell had outlined in a 2010 report about how a president could use his executive authority more 
aggressively without waiting for Congress. He also took on select projects, notably climate change and privacy in a big-data world. 


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For Mr. McDonough, the chief of staff now occupying the corner office with the patio and the fireplace that once belonged to Mr. Podesta, having a 
predecessor around, “a guy who’s seen it all,” proved a benefit. “John is always thinking a couple steps ahead,” Mr. McDonough said. 


Passionate about environmental issues, Mr. Podesta used his perch to help advance new regulations on power plants, negotiate a carbon 
reduction agreement with China, create the world’s largest marine refuge in the Pacific Ocean and protect stretches of Alaskan waters and wildlife 
refuge from drilling. 


“It’s not clear to me he slept,” said Carol M. Browner, formerly Mr. Obama’s top environmental adviser. 


In a series of Twitter posts on Friday listing his 1 0 favorite memories in the Obama White Flouse, he devoted half to environmental issues. A 
longtime aficionado of extraterrestrial lore — he kept a little shrine to “The X-Files” in his Clinton White Flouse office — he also wrote that “my 
biggest failure of 2014: Once again not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files. #thetruthisstilloutthere.” 


If he cannot find proof of alien life, then he will test the maxim that a two-term president and his party’s next nominee always end up at odds. Al Gore 
did not want Mr. Clinton campaigning for him in 2000, just as Senator John McCain did not want George W. Bush campaigning for him in 2008. 


Mr. Podesta may serve as a bridge between Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton, hoping to ease the natural frictions that arise as a candidate tries to 
distinguish herself from a president with improving but still mediocre poll numbers. Fle has played the role before. Fle negotiated on Mr. Obama’s 
behalf an agreement with Mr. Clinton to limit his international activities while Mrs. Clinton served as secretary of state. And later, when Mr. Clinton 
went to North Korea to free two Americans, the White Flouse sent Mr. Podesta along to keep tabs. 


For the next two years, as he races another marathon as Mrs. Clinton’s top adviser, Mr. Podesta will have the advantage of the relationship he 
forged with Mr. McDonough, Mr. Obama’s top adviser. 


“Fle’s a great runner,” Mr. McDonough said. “The guy’s made me much better at everything I do in this job. And he’s made me a better runner, too.” 


The Hill bloa: Ballot Box: “Graham. Clinton lead SC poll” 


By Keith Laing 

February 15, 2015, 2:22 p.m. EST 


Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) are leading a South Carolina poll of likely 2016 presidential 
contenders that was released on Sunday by NBC News. 


Graham received 1 7 percent of support from Republican voters in his home state, while former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) received 1 5 percent. 


Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Fluckabee (R) landed in the third and fourth spots in the poll, receiving 12 and 
10 percent respectively. 


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Clinton leads the Democratic side by a wide margin, garnering 65 percent over Vice President Biden, who drew only 15 percent. 


The NBC News/Marist Poll of 887 registered voters, conducted Feb. 3-10, has a 3.3 percentage point margin of error. 


The Hill bloa: Ballot Box: “Bush. Clinton lead NH poll” 


By Keith Lang 

February 16, 2015, 2:16 p.m. EST 


Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) are leading a poll of likely 2016 presidential contenders in 
New Flampshire that was released on Sunday by NBC News. 


Bush received 1 8 percent of support from Republican voters in the first primary state, while Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) received 1 5 percent. 


Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) came in third and fourth in the poll, receiving 14 and 13 percent respectively. 


Clinton leads the Democratic side by a wide margin, garnering 69 percent over Sen. Bernie Sanders (l-Vt.), who drew only 1 3 percent. 


The NBC News/Marist Poll of 887 registered voters was conducted Feb. 3-10. It has a margin of error of 3.3 percentage points. 


NJ.com: “'Run Warren Run' campaigners stump in Floboken” 


[No Writer Mentioned] 

February 15, 2015, 5:39 p.m. EST 


FIOBOKEN - Braving bitter cold and fierce winds today, about a dozen people who want Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president 
held a "visibility event" outside the Floboken PATFI terminal. 


The 'Run Warren Run' campaigners toted signs and gave out fliers to passersby. 


The liberal senator is being touted by MoveOn.org and Democracy for America. 
Warren has repeatedly said she is not running for president. 

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Former New York senator, first lady, and secretary of state Hillary Clinton is the presumed favorite to capture the Democratic nomination. 


The Week: “Rand Paul sent Hillary Clinton a snarky Valentine's Day card” 


By Jon Terbush 
February 15, 2015 


Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) celebrated Valentine's Day by throwing some shade at Hillary Clinton. Paul on Saturday tweeted out a link to a fake Clinton 
Pinterest page packed with unflattering images of the former secretary of state alongside memes culled from around the Internet. 


One page categorized as "Inspirational Quotes" includes a fake Valentine's Day card, sourced to the right-wing Upworhty-esque Independent 
Journal Review, with a maniacally smiling Clinton and the caption, "I've Benghazing at you!" 


A Congressional report last year cleared the Obama administration of a Benghazi coverup, though some on the right continue to use the terror 
attack to snipe at Clinton, the presumptive 2016 Democratic presidential nominee. 


Calendar: 


Sec. Clinton's upcoming appearances as reported online. Not an official schedule. 

■ February 24 - Santa Clara, CA: Sec. Clinton to Keynote Address at Inaugural Watermark Conference for Women ( PR Newswire ) 

■ March 3- Washington, DC: Sec. Clinton honored by EMILY’S List (AP ) 

• March 4 - New York, NY: Sec. Clinton to fundraise for the Clinton Foundation ( WSJ ) 

■ March 16 - New York, NY: Sec. Clinton to keynote Irish American Hall of Fame ( NYT ) 

• March 19 - Atlantic City, NJ: Sec. Clinton keynotes American Camp Association conference ( PR Newswire ) 

• March 23 - Washington, DC: Sec. Clinton to keynote award ceremony for the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting ( Syracuse ) 


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From: "Daniel Poneman" <dponeman@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 3/19/2015 10:03:54 AM 

Subject: Re: Congratulations! 


Just got back from China last night. Hank asked me to call to debrief you. Bottom line: seminar went very well 
and both sides see a positive path forward. 

Just ran into Rudy at an Iran mtg and understand you are headed out soon. Will give you a call this afternoon 
to debrief. 

Hope all is well with you. Btw I was able to watch the fog of war documentary we both tried to catch on china 
flight in November and it was worthwhile, so you will get your chance soon if you are flying United. 

Best 

Dan 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Feb 18, 2015, at 21 :57, John Podesta < john. podesta@gmail.com > wrote: 


Thx I think we have McWilliams headed to China thanks to my call with Hank. Look forward to hearing how 
it went when you are back. 

On Feb 18, 2015 7:14 PM, "Daniel Poneman" < dponeman@amail.com > wrote: 

John: 

Greetings from Jo'burg, where I have been working on possible solar deals all week. On the fly susie 
and I decided to add a Botswana safari starting tomorrow, so will be offline for 9 days. Unprecedented! 

Just wanted to thank and congratulate you for the tremendous contributions you made to the president 
and to the Nation in your most recent tour in government. You made a huge difference on so many 
issues that matter, and as always you managed it with grace and good humor. The dinner you and Mary 
hosted for the big data team was just one of the typically generous things you did. 

And your efforts will continue to bear fruit, as you started a lot of great things in motion. The upcoming 
Paulson institute seminar in China is only the most recent example. 

Hope you get at least some down time. And as I said before if I can help in any way on energy and 
security issues please let me know. 

All best 

Dan 

Sent from my iPhone 


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From: 

"Lori Lodes" <lori(a)proaressiveaccountability.orq> 

To: 

"bid camoaian" <biacamoaian(a)aooqleqroups.com> 

Date: 

8/6/2008 4:29:15 AM 

Subject: 

[big campaign] McCain and Big Oil 

Attachments: 

All Of The Above.doc 


McCain Puts Oil Companies and Their Record Profits before American Interests 

Like Bush, John McCain continues to promote policies to help Big Oil. After endorsing Bush and Big Oil's off-shore drilling campaign, contributions 
from the oil and gas industry gushed to John McCain. America cannot afford more of the same Bush policies. See attached research. 

While families struggle, McCain, like Bush, puts Big Oil first. 

• After McCain adopted Bush's off-shore drilling policy, donations from the oil and gas 
industry flowed to McCain's campaign. According to the Washington Post , McCain received more 
than $1 million from the oil & gas industry last month - more than three fourths coming after he reversed 
his position on drilling. McCain has now accepted more than $2 million in donations from Big Oil. 

• McCain surrounds himself Big Oil lobbyists. At least 29 top advisers or fundraisers for McCain's 
campaign have lobbied for Big Oil. They have represented 4 of the 9 oil companies in the 2008 Fortune 
200 . 

• Like Bush, McCain offers billions in tax cuts for Big Oil, but no relief for families. According to 
the Center for American Progress Action Fund , McCain's tax plan gives nearly $4 billion in tax breaks to 
the top five American oil companies, but gives families very little. Economists have panned McCain's gas 
tax holiday, saying it won't help families with gas prices. 

• Oil company profits skyrocket while families get left behind. Oil companies' profits continue to rise 
as the price of gasoline hovers at $4.00 a gallon. Exxon Mobil even reported their highest-ever three 
month profit - over $1 1 .6 billion. 

McCain is out of touch on Americans' energy needs. 

• McCain ignored Americans' energy concerns. McCain missed all 1 1 energy related Senate votes in 
2007, including votes related to automobile fuel economy, offshore Virginia drilling, refinery construction, renewable electricity mandates, 
energy efficiency, liquefied coal and support for biofuels. 

Lori Lodes 
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From: "Allison Jaslow" <info@cheribustos.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 10/18/2012 6:58:20 AM 

Subject: Boehner in town... 


John, 

Congressman Bobby Schilling votes with Speaker John Boehner 92 percent of the time. 

Now, Boehner is returning the favor - raising big money for negative attack ads to advance the Tea Party agenda. 
Schilling may have his Tea Party allies, but we have you. 



We need to raise $10.000 before midnight on Saturday for our critical ad buy. Will you help us fight back with a $100. $40. 
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From: "Naomi Mezev" <mezeyn@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "Law Faculty and Visitors" <LawFacultyandVisitors@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 1 1/19/2015 8:34:02 AM 

Subject: Re: REMINDER: Norman Birnbaum Seminar 


Dear Colleagues, 

If you are free this afternoon I encourage you to come to the last of Norman’s sessions at 1 :20. Much more than 
memoir, they are also rich intellectual and political histories of the US and Europe. This last session links up 
those histories with Georgetown University which — lucky for us — Norman has made his intellectual home since 
1979. 

Hope to see you there, Naomi 


Naomi Jewel Mezey 

Associate Dean for J.D. Programs 

Georgetown Law 

600 New Jersey Ave. NW 

Washington D.C. 20001 

202-662-9854 


From: Anna Selden < as78@law. georgetown.edu > 

Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at 10:25 AM 

To: Law Faculty and Visitors < LawFacultvandVisitors@law. georgetown.edu > 
Cc: "Jennifer E. Lane" < iel29@ law. georeetown.edu > 

Subject: REMINDER: Norman Birnbaum Seminar 


Dear Colleagues, 

There has been a change in the schedule for Norman Birnbaum's seminar series on his memoir From The Bronx To Oxford— And 
Not Quite Back. 

The final session will be held this Thursday, from 1:20pm - 3:00pm, in McDonough 588. The chapter to be discussed can be 
found: 

Norman Birnbaum Memoir Chapter 17 

Professor Birnbaum asked that the following note be forwarded along with this reminder. 

NOTE FROM Professor Birnbaum: 

16 November 2015 

I write just after hearing the President’s press conference —and the vulgarities of his questioners. I can imagine that 
for him, noon of 20 January 1917 cannot come quickly enough. The difficulty is, alas, that it will also befall us... 

In the meantime, the final session of the seminar on my memoir project is this week and I am, again, grateful to those 
who have come. There are at least three themes on which I could close. The first would entail Transatlantic politics, 
recollected. The second would involve some thoughts on my decades at the Law Center. The third would involve time 
travel or, indeed, emigration— to that strange country, the USA in the twenty first century. 

Upon reflection, I think I could best serve by talking about my Law Center experience. I have not completed that 
chapter, since I was unexpectedly asked to fill in for Father Orsy who was giving a seminar on the Philosophy of Law 
and I had to go back to texts (beginning with Locke) I once knew well. 

I am asking Annna Selden to send the initial pages. Again, please feel free to come even if the usual constraints 
prevent you from the reading. 

Sincerely, 

Norman Birnbaum 


Anna Selden 


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From: 

"Jennifer Palmieri" <JPalmieri(a)americanproaress.ora> 

To: 

"Winnie Stachelbera" <wstachelbera(a)americanproaress.org> 


"Daniella Leaer" <dleaer(a)americanproqress.orq> 


"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta(a)amail.com> 

Date: 

7/23/2008 12:07:26 PM 

Subject: 

good news, bad news 


Good news: "Half In Ten" was written about in a publication with 15 million readers! 

Bad news: It's the National Enquirer. 

JOHN EDWARDS LOVE CHILD 

UPDATE: The NATIONAL ENQUIRER is revealing new details about the political scoop we broke yesterday - the secret 
meeting between Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards and Rielle Hunter. 

A team of ENQUIRER reporters caught the married ex- senator visiting his mistress and secret love child late Monday 
night at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles hotel. 

As we reported previously, Edwards arrived at the hotel at 9:45 p.m. (PST) Monday, driven by a friend in a BMW, and was 
seen by ENQUIRER reporter Alan Butterfield. 

We can now reveal that the man who drove Edwards was Bob McGovern, the same man who drove Rielle to the hotel from 
Santa Barbara and rented her room in his name. 

He was driving a 1 999 four-door midnight blue BMW. 

Said Butterfield: "The car had a baby seat in the back for Rielle's infant. He pulled into the parking lot, took a ticket from the 
automated machine, pulled forward, and stopped right after the parking gate lowered. Edwards got out of the passenger side, 
walked around the front of the car and went in a side entrance near the swimming pool. 

"McGovern parked the car and then slowly walked back inside the hotel and went upstairs." 

In the aftermath of our exclusive story, the NATIONAL ENQUIRER has now learned: 

* Edwards' advisers are "spitting mad and furious" that his late-night escapades have made international headlines because it 
could derail his chances of becoming Barack Obama's running mate. 

* Edwards has not explained his whereabouts to any members of other news media outlets who have been trying to follow 
up on the story. 

* His mistress, blonde divorcee Rielle, meanwhile, has returned to her home in Santa Barbara, Calif., and sources say she is 
"in despair" that Edwards might cut off contact with her because their latest rendezvous has been exposed in the media. 

After we posted the details of Edwards shocking meeting with Rielle, political sources close to Edwards revealed how he 
was candidly scolded by his advisors hours later. 

One political source divulged: "His advisors told him they were furious that this had been brought out by the NATIONAL 
ENQUIRER right when Obama is considering whether he's V.P. material with the Democratic National Convention (Aug. 
25-28 in Denver) only weeks away. 

"From what I hear, John was read the riot act by his people. The fallout from this could cost him the job of running mate. 
They told him Obama doesn't want to pick someone and be embarrassed by the choice. This 'bimbo eruption' at this critical 
time will do him absolutely no good. 

"While his people are not trying to tell him how to live his personal life, this baggage isn't going to help him convince Obama 
that he's the right guy to be his veep." 

A day after the incident, Edwards traveled to Denver for an appearance at the University of Denver in support of the anti- 
poverty campaign, called Half in Ten. The very first question put to him at the event was about whether he'd become 

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Obama's running mate. 

Edwards was quoted as saying: "I'm not seeking the job. I don't expect to be asked. . .but anything that Sen. Obama would 
ask me to do, whether it's in his campaign or in his presidency, I would consider seriously." 

But Edwards made no official comment on our bombshell disclosure about his late-night antics less than 24 hours earlier. 

Said another source: "He's going out of his way to avoid discussing it - he knows whatever he says will come back to haunt 
him. If he denies being there, he doesn't want to be found out to be a liar." 

In other new details, the NATIONAL ENQUIRER has learned that McGovern, the man who picked up Edwards and dropped 
him off at the hotel, has become one of Rielle's closest friends. 

McGovern reserved rooms 246 and 252 at the Beverly Hilton under his name. Rielle was in one room and McGovern was 
in another with her baby. This allowed her and Edwards to spend time alone. 

Another source said: "Bob McGovern is someone Rielle met in Santa Barbara when she recently moved there. He's become 
one of her closest friends and agreed to help her see Edwards." 

Rielle has not yet made any public comments about her Monday night visit from Edwards 


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From: "Gene Karpinski, League of Conservation Voters" <feedback@lcv.ora> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 5/24/2011 1:25:29 AM 

Subject: Tell Orbitz: Stop sponsoring FOX's climate lies 


OF CONSERVATION VOTERS 


Dear John, 

"For those who love to travel the globe, protecting it comes with the 
turf." 1 

So says Orbitz, the online travel site that touts its sustainability 
measures, encourages customers to offset the carbon emissions from 
travel, promotes "eco-tourism," green hotels, and hybrid rental cars. 

Unfortunately, Orbitz undermines all of those laudable efforts by 
advertising on FOX News, the most pernicious and voluminous source 
of climate denial misinformation. FOX’s anti-climate agenda is actively 
slowing our ability to protect the planet. And green-touting Orbitz 
sponsors climate denial with every ad they run on FOX! 

Orbitz has a choice. It can stand by its commitment to protect our planet 
or they can continue to support FOX News with its advertising dollars. 

We think the choice is a no brainer. That’s why we've joined with 
CREDO Action to demand that Orbitz pull their ads from FOX now. 

Tell Orbitz: Stop sponsoring FOX’s anti-climate agenda. 

Climate change is taking a huge toll across the world, in so many of the 
places that Orbitz encourages us to visit and cherish - from ocean 
acidification that is destroying the great barrier reef, to rising oceans 
literally drowning pacific island nations, to the retreat of glaciers from 
the Alps to Glacier National Park to Alaska, to shorter ski seasons in Colorado, and the ferocious storms 
that devastate our cities, like New Orleans. 

So it’s a bitter irony that Orbitz would choose to support FOX, which is doing so much to speed this 
destruction, and undermine the political will that we as a country need to effectively fight the oncoming 
climate catastrophe. 

FOX’s Washington managing editor literally directed his staff to deny that the earth is warming. 2 FOX has 
lied about the earth’s temperature record, distorted scientific works and the statements of scientists, 
repeatedly suggest that snow disproves global warming, and promoted the bogus climate-gate scandal. 3 

And of course FOX’s parent company News Corp donated one million dollars to the rabidly anti-climate 
Chamber of Commerce, helping to elect to congress the largest wave of climate deniers in history. 

Unless Orbitz is on a permanent vacation in Opposite Land, that’s not how a company committed to 
protecting the planet should spend their money. 

Tell Orbitz: Stop sponsoring FOX’s anti-climate agenda. 

Orbitz claims to be committed to “helping raise environmental awareness.” 4 And Orbitz was proud to say 
last year that their customers donated $50,000 to CarbonFund.org to buy carbon offsets. 5 

But how much would it cost to offset the disastrous effects of FOX’s misinformation? 

Orbitz can’t have it both ways. It’s time for them live up their principles, and book their ads on a return trip 
from FOX’s state of climate-denial. 

Please Join LCV and CREDO Action to help make sure Orbitz gets the message, and knows that those of 
us who really do care about the planet are watching closely. Click here to sign the petition. 


Sincerely, 



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Orbitz!” 

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1 http://careers.orbitz.com/social-responsibilitv.html 

2. http://mediamatters.org/bloa/20 10121 50004 

3. http://dropfox.com/topics/climate 

4. http://www.orbitz.com/App/PerformMDLPDealsContent7deal id=eco-vacations&cnt=OVI 

5. http://www.orbitz.eom/bloa/2010/12/tis-the-season-to-aive-back-orbitz-customers-donate-50k-to-the- 
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Dear Mr. Podesta, 

I am writing you from a health care perspective in reference to the recent CNN debate between Secretary 
Clinton and Senator Sanders on the importance of TARP Loans to GM and Chrysler. In 2008 / 2009, I wrote 
members of Congress, The White House, Dr. Lawrence Summers, Treasury Secretary Geithner and Steve 
Ratner in support of the loans. 

As technology moves along a continuum, investment in aerospace and automotive engineering has indirectly 
contributed to important innovation in delivery of health care in the US and world economy. 

For example, GPS created during WWII for navigation in transportation has been adapted for applications in 
advanced Radiological Imaging and Radiation Therapy producing targeted therapies for treatment of Heart 
Disease, Cancer and Neurodegenerative Disease. 

Along with direct employment, the US auto industry plays an important role as a technology incubator across 
many industrial sectors in our economy. 

May I forward to you an original letter for Secretary Clinton ? I anticipate additional questions regarding TARP 
loans will resurface later in the year during the Presidential debates. 

Thank you for your kind attention. 

Please know I look forward to your response. 

Sincerely, 

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T o: "Milia Fisher" <mfisher@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 9/25/2015 7:30:34 AM 

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*Climate agreement tweets coming* 

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Applaud the global leaders & citizens who crafted the new #GlobalGoals. Let's work together to #EndPoverty & create a better world by 2030 
Youth are at the center of the new #GlobalGoals. Excited to see what younger generations will achieve. 

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From: "Ryan Duncan" <ryan@prooressiveaccountability.oro> 

T o: "Big Campaign" <biocampaion@ooooleoroups.com> 

Date: 10/29/2008 6:02:42 AM 

[big campaign] MMR: McCain's discuss socialsim on Hannity & Colmes, Pawlenty claims McCain for 
Subject: Auto bailout, McCain linked to Rashid Khalidi, New ACORN ad, Tito the Builder claims Obama's 

philosophy is Hugo Chavez's 


Highlights: 

1 . FNC: John and Cindy McCain on Hannity and Colmes Discuss Socialism, Straight Talk and the Liberal 
Media 

JOHN MCCAIN: Certainly it's part of the socialist creed, philosophy, to share the wealth. 

2. ABC: Tim Pawlenty says McCain would support bailout for auto industry 

TIM PAWLENTY: Senator McCain has spoken of support, for targeted and specific relief for the auto 
industry, specifically as it relates to letting them transition to next technology cars that are low emissions or 
zero emissions. 

3. MSNBC: Tax Documents Published by Huffington Post show McCain also has Ties to Rashid Khalidi 
DAVID SHUSTER: In another development, the Huffington Post has published essentially some tax 
documents that indicate that John McCain, while he was in charge of the International Republican Institute, 
actually gave grant money to Khalidi. 

4. FNC: New ACORN voter suppression ad, RNC responds by attacking ACORN's "illegal activities", ACORN 
promises no illegal votes this election 

ERIC SHAWN: They say that an untold number of Americans have been purged from the voter rolls, they're 
predicting there could be problems six days from now, and they say that is voter suppression. They also 
started an advertisement that will be showing on some cable networks, including an ad buy on the Fox 
News Channel. 

5. FNC: Tito the Builder claims Obama's principles are like Hugo Chavez's, doesn't want a handout or 
"government crumbs" 

TITO MUNO: I'm a janitor and what the government is going to do to me is give me a handout, give me a 
bunch of crumbs. They say, oh poor Tito, ok, you stay down there, you don't know anything, you're not 
good, you don't have a dream, just stay down there, we'll throw you some crumbs. No, I want to have an 
opportunity. 

No Video 

NBC - ANDREA MITCHELL: ... John McCain took a shot at Barack Obama's planned TV blitz. But he struck out 
when FOX, broadcasting the rain delayed 5th game, said that wasn't the plan. FOX is simply bumping it's 
pregame show for Obama's program. The series will start on time. 

Clips: 

Highlight #1 

John and Cindy McCain on Hannity and Colmes Discuss Socialism, Straight Talk and the Liberal 
Media (FNC, 10/28/08 9:00pm) 

SEAN HANNITY: All right. One week from today. ... 

[■■■] 

J. MCCAIN: We're very excited. 

[■■■] 

HANNITY: There's actually a media study that shows that you have had extreme media bias and we'll get to that 
in a minute. ... 

[...] 

J. MCCAIN: ... Hershey, Pennsylvania — this place was rocking, not only for me, by the way, but Sarah Palin. 

She has ignited something really incredible in American politics, in my view. 

HANNITY:... she had huge crowds and a lot of enthusiasm, obviously.... And the issue of redistribution of 
wealth. It first came up with "Joe the Plumber" in an interview on "Good Morning America" and then, of course, 

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this tape in 2001 that came out yesterday. 

You've used the term "Senator Redistribution." Explain what you mean by that. 

J. MCCAIN: Well, I mean, it's very obvious from a long record of being in the far left-hand lane ... he has a clear 
record of being the most liberal senator in the United States Senate. We've seen that act before ... with George 
McGovern, Jimmy Carter and others in the liberal left. They think that the solution to America's problems is to 
take money from one group of Americans and give it to another. Now, that has been proven to be a very bad 
idea in America, but also in other countries. So it's an idea that you can somehow help everybody's lives by 
taking money from those who have through hard work, spending all their lives building up some wealth that they 
can give to their kids. But more importantly, create jobs. When people in America, like "Joe the Plumber" are 
able to buy his boss' business, he creates jobs and shares wealth and expands wealth that way, rather than... 

HANNITY: It's amazing... 

J. MCCAIN: ... rather than saying, you can't have this money, I've got to give it to somebody else. 

HANNITY: It is amazing how "Joe the Plumber" — you know, everywhere I go — and I saw a sign here today, 
"I'm Sally the Homemaker," I'm somebody the Bartender. And I hold up signs whenever I go, "I'm Sean the 
Loudmouth Talk Show Host." 

J. MCCAIN: You know, it's amazing. This "Joe the Plumber" event has really been a catalyst. It really has. You 
know we look back on political campaigns. "I paid for this microphone, Mr. Breen." Ed Muskie crying outside The 
Union Leader, or whatever it was. You know, there are moments when something happens and clearly Senator 
Obama going to "Joe the Plumber's" driveway and him getting an answer that clearly he didn't like. And by the 
way, the way that they attacked him? Please. 

HANNITY: They've gone after him pretty hard, they've mocked him on the campaign trail. There's been 
apparently issues of investigating his background. 

J. MCCAIN: Oh yes. 

HANNITY: And I thought Governor Palin had it bad at one point when they sent a mini army up to Alaska to 
investigate her. 

Well, here's... 

J. MCCAIN: And, of course, if anybody in the media, much less "Joe the Plumber," asks a tough question, then 
they're boycotted, they pull their ads. 

HANNITY: I want to get to that, because Senator Obama said it's a tragedy "... that redistribution of wealth was 
not pursued by the Supreme Court." 

J. MCCAIN: That's what's scary. You know, a lot of people believe that there's going to be three vacancies on 
the United States Supreme Court. And some of the thoughts and writings and statements by Senator Obama 
about how it's the job of the judiciary to be "redistributed?" But I think — fast forward after just a short time ago. 
Senator Obama opposed Justices Roberts and Alito. And he said on ideological grounds. And Sean, a true 
confession. I voted for Justices Breyer and Ginsburg. Not because I agreed with their philosophy, but because 
they were qualified to serve. 

[...] 

HANNITY: Let me ask you a couple of simple questions about this redistribution of wealth of "Senator 
Redistribution." Is it socialism? 

J. MCCAIN: Certainly it's part of the socialist creed, philosophy, to share the wealth. Now if Senator Obama's a 
"socialist" is something that I'll let those theoreticians decide. 


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to another, to take people who have built up through their labor and their hard work and their dedication to the 
free enterprise system and take it away from them. 

[■■■] 

HANNITY: But you know, 40 percent of Americans — for example, the bottom 50 percent of wage earners... 

J. MCCAIN: Pay no taxes. 

HANNITY: Well, 40 percent pay no taxes. The bottom 50 percent pay 2.9 percent. The top 10 percent pay 70 
percent. Those are the IRS numbers, most recent numbers. We almost have redistribution already. But under 
the Obama plan, as I understand it, the 40 percent that pay no taxes are going to get a check. 

HANNITY: Is that welfare? 

J. MCCAIN: Where does the money come from? It comes from a printing press, but eventually it comes from... 
HANNITY: From people. 

[■■■] 

J. MCCAIN: Yes. And then Barney Frank said we're going to find a lot of rich people out there to tax. Then he's 
going — they said they're going to cut defense and raise taxes. ... 

PART 2 

HANNITY: You quote yourself a "foot soldier" in the Reagan revolution. 

J. MCCAIN: Yes, sir. 

HANNITY: All right. When President Reagan took office, we had pretty tough economic times. 

[...] 

J. MCCAIN: Jack Kennedy came to office and said cut the capital gains tax, they did and revenues increased. 
Now Senator Obama, talking to Charlie Gibson, Charlie Gibson said, why would you want to raise capital gains 
taxes? There's a 100 million people involved in that. And he said because of fairness, even though, as Charlie 
Gibson pointed out to him, revenues decrease. He still wants to quote be quote "fair." That's redistribution of the 
wealth. 

HANNITY: Well, explain, if you can, why is it that it would be a bad thing? Maybe you can explain to people that 
think, oh, well, wait a minute, maybe the rich aren't paying enough, and if I am going to benefit, why would that 
be bad for the economy? 

J. MCCAIN: History shows us if we raise taxes in a bad economy, you hurt the economy. And there was a 
president named Herbert Hoover, a Republican. They raised taxes, they practiced protectionism and they went 
from a serious recession into a deep depression. Now, that's a matter of history. The worst time to raise 
anybody's taxes on anything is when we are in an economic crisis. Finally, when people accumulate wealth, like 
"Joe the Plumber," then they hire other people. And then other people are able to move up the economic ladder. 

HANNITY: They pay taxes, buy homes. 

J. MCCAIN: That's a fundamental principle of the free enterprise system that we celebrate every day in America. 
Thank God, 300,000 jobs have been created by small businesses, while we lost over 700,000. 

[...] 

HANNITY: You feel — and you were quoted as saying you feel you're going to win, you feel the enthusiasm. 
You've not been happy with some of the ads that have come out against your husband. You're pretty defensive 
of them. 

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personal way, too. We have serious differences between these two candidates. And there's a very clear choice 
for the American people. And it's just important for us now to make sure that we get our message out and make 
sure that people understand what's the truth. 

HANNITY: You know, when it comes to the war, for example, your son is fighting in Iraq. And Governor Palin's 
son is fighting in Iraq. We know your husband's record. 

You know, you said — you've talked — he's lived every day of his life by this code of conduct: duty, honor, 
country. That is something that our opponent cannot say that he has done. 

C. MCCAIN: Well, what I meant by that was my husband has lived, truly has lived his life by the code of conduct. 
He has always put his country first in every measure of everything he's ever done. That was not a criticism of 
Senator Obama by any stretch. It was just a matter of me talking about the truth and what I believe is the truth of 
my husband and his conduct and how he's led his life. And that's also what he's instilled in our children. Not only 
our sons, but our entire family. You know, they're both good men that was no way meant... 

HANNITY: You've been attacked even personally. The New York Times apparently is not big fans of the 
McCains. But, one story that I found the most compelling about you is the story of your adoption and you didn't 
tell Senator McCain until you came home. 

[...] 

HANNITY: All right. Governor Palin — I'll ask you both this question. She had — the mini army went up to Alaska 
to try and dig up dirt on Governor Palin. Her family, her children have been attacked. More recently, her clothes. 
I think the media spent more time attacking her children and her clothes then they did investigating an issue I 
had been concerned about — the relationship with Bill Ayers. 

What do you think of that? 

C. MCCAIN: Oh, I think it's all nonsense. My gosh. We have very important issues facing the country and there's 
— this is the kind of stuff the media's focusing on? What about our troops? What about our economy? What 
about their vision for the country? That's what we should be talking about. I think the whole thing's nonsense. 

(CROSSTALK) 

HANNITY: I don't pay for my clothes. FOX does. 

J. MCCAIN: Can I just mention one other thing? I know there's now this going around that there's differences 
between myself and Sarah Palin. We're very close. We are both mavericks. There are a couple of things we 
disagree on. In fact, you are on her side... 

HANNITY: On energy independence, yeah. 

J. MCCAIN: On one of them. But look, do you expect two mavericks to not — to agree on every single thing? I 
am so proud other. Listen, she and I share the same principles, the same values, the same vision for America, 
and I couldn't be more proud of her and the job she's done. 

Part 3 

HANNITY: Let me ask about the negativity, in terms of the media. There's a recent study that came out: 57 
percent of print and broadcast were negative against you. When it comes to Senator Obama — 

C. MCCAIN: Only 57 percent? I thought it was more than that. 

HANNITY: ... But, Senator Obama had more positive obviously, than was negative. ... I saw Senator Obama on 
"The View." I saw Michelle Obama on "The View." And then I saw you guys on "The View." 

J. MCCAIN: You play the hand you're dealt. Fact is, you rely on a good sense of the American people. As we 
pound into this last week. Americans are starting to focus. That's why it's swinging our way, Sean... 


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[■■■] 

J. MCCAIN: Elisabeth Hasselbeck, you know, who was with Sarah — 

[■■■] 

HANNITY: We're great friends. 

J. MCCAIN: She's a lonely person. 

HANNITY: ... I'd be negligent if I wouldn't talk about Senator Biden's comments. That Senator Obama would be 
tested in the first six months. That there will be, mark my words, an international crisis. Now, there's been a lot of 
issues involving national security. I don't know if you heard this but, French President Sarkozy, today, used the 
term talking about Senator Obama's plan on Iran, basically naive and utterly immature, was the phrase he used. 
That's meeting with rogue dictators, Iran is a tiny country not a serious threat. Putting all that together, should 
America be concerned about his ability to be commander-in-chief? 

J. MCCAIN: I think they should be concerned and I think they'll make a decision. But the point is that he has 
been wrong and he was wrong about the surge. He still won't admit that he's wrong. And he's wrong about — 
when he said that Iran is a tiny threat. He was wrong when he said that Georgia should exercise restraint. 

The point is that Senator Obama has no experience and no background to make the judgments. And I wish that 
every American could hear the tape of what — the way that Senator Biden said that, he said, mark my words — 

HANNITY: I have played that — 

J. MCCAIN: — there will be an international crisis. Sean, because he's untested and he will have to be tested. 
The one thing about these people that we are up against — I've been tested and they know it. 

HANNITY: Does that telegraph to the world — I mean, during the debates the issues that he voted to cut off 
funding for the troops during the war. That he — 

J. MCCAIN: After pledging that he wouldn't. 

HANNITY: He accused the troops of air-raiding villages and killing civilians. He said he'd pull out — I'll end this 
war in 2009. He's since adjusted that. What does that mean? Does that mean we'd lose the war? 

J. MCCAIN: Well, when Harry Reid announced that he agreed with him, and there is no doubt that if we had 
done what Senator Obama wanted to do, we would have come home — our troops would have come home, 
there would have been more sectarian violence, an Al Qaeda beachhead, greater Iranian influence in the region 
and we probably would have had to gone back with further sacrifice. But, I think the other point here is that 
Senator Obama just — I mean — when I hear him say some of these things, for example, about Colombia — the 
reason why he was against the free trade agreement with our best friend in the whole hemisphere is because 
that labor leaders are being killed? That's an old saw that the union leaders drug out years ago. There has been 
dramatic improvement in Colombia. Colombia is helping us fight — the president of Colombia rescued three 
Americans who were being held captive by the FARC that are working with the people he would sit down with, 
Hugo Chavez. ... 

HANNITY: Senator Obama seems to be preparing his victory speech.... We've got all the ACORN controversy... 

J. MCCAIN: ... I guarantee you one thing — we'll be up late on election night and I guarantee you that rallies like 
these that are going on in the next seven days, we're going to win this election. 

HANNITY: Are you worried about the ACORN controversy, voter fraud? 

J. MCCAIN: Sure I am. Sure I'm worried about these controversies and I'm particularly worried in Ohio. 

[...] 

HANNITY: The surge strategy was proven right. 

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C. MCCAIN: It worked. The surge worked. 

HANNITY: I just disagreed with you on McCain-Feingold. 

[-] 

HANNITY: And McCain-Kennedy. 

[■■■] 

HANNITY: Senator, good to see you. Best of luck next week, 

J. MCCAIN: Thank you. 

Highlight #2 

Tim Pawlenty says McCain would support bailout for auto industry [ABC, 10/29/08, 7:20am] 

DIANE SAWYER: [...] What is the one thing that Senator McCain would do within days if he's elected President, 
that would secure more jobs? 

TIM PAWLENTY: Well he understand that in a recession you don't raise taxes. The last thing that the American 
people need while they're struggling to afford their heating bills and their grocery bills and their healthcare bills, 
is to visit upon them or the economy, or small business owners in particular, which are the only entities adding 
jobs now, is the tax burden. That's number one. And number two, he would be somebody very serious of getting 
us out of this culture and nation of debt. The nation's in $1 0 trillion in debt. He would freeze Federal spending 
except in limited categories like the military, and bring fiscal discipline back to Washington. 

[■■■] 

If you look at Barack Obama's plan, he wants to do this, he wants to raise the taxes on capital gains, he wants to 
raise the taxes on dividends, he wants to raise the taxes on pay roll, he wants to have a finders penalty for 
employers relating to healthcare, he wants to raise marginal income tax rates. Most of the small businesses in 
this country, which again are the people providing most of the jobs, pay their income taxes and their taxes on 
their individual returns, those things that I just listed would suffocate job growth in this country. There's no 
thinking economist, no thinking person, who says in a recession, we should raise all those taxes. And Senator 
McCain is also focused on bringing relief to homeowners. He's got a proposal to buy up bad mortgages or to 
help people with their mortgages, because that's one of the root causes for this recession that we're in. 

[-] 

SAWYER: Will Senator McCain go for bailout or bankruptcy? 

PAWLENTY: Senator McCain has spoken of support, for targeted and specific relief for the auto industry, 
specifically as it relates to letting them transition to next technology cars that are low emissions or zero 
emissions. 

SAWYER: So that means bailout? 

PAWLENTY: Well, specifically, targeted to that transition, he's willing to support them in that regard. 


Highlight #3 

Tax Documents Published by Huffington Post show McCain also has Ties to Rashid Khalidi 
(MSNBC 10/29/08 11:05pm) 

DAVID SHUSTER: "During a radio interview this morning, John McCain himself called for the Los Angeles Times 
to release a video tape of Barack Obama. McCain's spokesman accuses the paper of intentionally suppressing 
the tape that shows Obama talking about his friendship with this man, a Palestinian activist named Rashid 
Khalidi. The video was from 2003 when Obama was still a state Senator. In an article the Times provided a 

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detailed description of what was on the tape but will not release it out of respect to the source. In another 
development, the Huffington Post has published essentially some tax documents that indicate that John McCain, 
while he was in charge of the International Republican Institute, actually gave grant money to Khalidi. Again this 
was a group in the 1990's, several grants went to the Palestinian Research Center that was cofounded by 
Khalidi. So arguments on both sides about ties from the candidates to this Palestinian Activist. " 


Highlight #4 

FNC airs new ACORN voter suppression ad, RNC responds by attacking ACORN's "illegal 
activities", ACORN promises no illegal votes this election [FNC, 10/29/08, 11:39am] 

ERIC SHAWN: Now they are fighting back. They are accusing the GOP and the McCain campaign of voter 
suppression. They say voter suppression is a real problem across the country, it takes many forms, such as 
voter intimidation. They also cite the no match, no vote Federal Law, where you have to show up and your i.d. 
exactly has to reflect what states have on their voter rolls. They say that an untold number of Americans have 
been purged from the voter rolls, they're predicting there could be problems six days from now, and they say 
that is voter suppression. They also started an advertisement that will be showing on some cable networks, 
including an ad buy on the Fox News Channel. 48 times, in New York, Chicago, L.A., and D.C. accusing the 
McCain campaign of voter suppression. Let's take a look at the ad and the point that they are trying to make. 

[Ad Shown] 

SHAWN: Well, election officials across the country that we've talked to have basically disputed any allegations of 
voter suppression. Saying if you have problems at the polls when you show up, you can for example cast a 
provisional ballot that will then be checked later. And the Republican National Committee today, much tougher 
than that. In a statement released in response to this ad they say, it's another attempt by this questionable 
organization, ACORN, to waste taxpayer money and cloud their own record of voter registration fraud and illegal 
activities. So we've got salvos from both sides. 

JANE : What is ACORN saying about the phony voter registration forms? 

SHAWN: They say it's hysteria and it's overblown. They are confident that there will be no illegal votes from 
these phony voter registration forms. We have seen one in Cleveland, Ohio where there was an illegal 
registration that turned into an illegal vote. But the officials there say they stopped it, they cancelled that vote. 
And that shows that the system works. 


Highlight #5 

Tito the Builder claims Obama's principles are tike Hugo Chavez's, doesn't want a handout or 
"government crumbs" [FNC, 10/29/08, 10:40am] 

MEGYN KELLY: You are not happy with the attacks on Joe the Plumber. Tell us why. 

TITO MUNOZ: The media, the way that they attacked Joe the Plumber, I think is an attack on all Americans. 
Because, when the media intimidates a person for asking a question, they are attacking the first amendment of 
the constitution. Meaning that anybody cannot ask a question anymore because the scrutiny, and it's going to 
be like a depression against you. And I think that's wrong, that's not what America is all about. You should have 
freedom of speech, the question was legal. You should not censor the question, you should not feel the 
consequences because it is not right. That's not right. 

KELLY: Tito, I know that your story is impressive. You started as a janitor, now you on your own construction 
company. You have four employees, so it is a small company and you work on the main sewer lines, working on 
grading for foundations. Are you in the category of business that Barack Obama says would be helped most by 
his plan, meaning that nets under $250,000 a year. 

MUNOZ: The question is not about what is my income at this moment. I look at every political assumption from 
the perspective of everybody. I could go back to being a janitor and this is how I look at it. I'm a janitor and what 
the government is going to do to me is give me a handout, give me a bunch of crumbs. They say, oh poor Tito, 
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there, we'll throw you some crumbs. No, I want to have an opportunity. Thank god I work in the company with a 
boss that gave me an opportunity for a janitor to go to the warehouse and the then become a truck driver, and 
then become a supervisor. My dreams kept growing, and growing, and growing. So I believe this country is 
about opportunity, and not government handouts. 

KELLY: Obviously, you're supporting John McCain. That is what you are doing at these rallies. In a nutshell, 
what was it that did it for you? Why are you such a fierce advocate now for McCain? 

MUNOZ: I believe in the American people. The American people, they're very smart. I know that when they go to 
the polls, they're going to look to these two candidates. They will say this is a candidate here with a philosophy 
that is according to the constitution and principles of this nation. And we have a candidate here whose principles 
might be, according to Hugo Chavez in Venezuela. You have a candidate, you ask a question and he will 
answer it to you. You have a candidate where you ask a question, and the mainstream media attacks you and 
destroys you. You have a candidate that believes in you. Then you have a candidate here that wants you to 
believe in you. For me, that is a no-brainer. For me, the candidate is John McCain. There's no other question 
there. 

KELLY: How are you enjoying your super stardom as a result of these appearances? 

MUNOZ: Well, I am kind of scared of these interviews. It is kind of scary. I am not used to this stuff. I'm always 
nervous. I am just waiting to see what the media is going to do to me. Maybe they're going to bring out Bill 
Richardson calling me a racist. 

KELLY: nobody better do anything to you, or they will have to answer to me. 


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From: "Jake Sullivan" <jake.sullivan@amail.com> 

T o: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jennifer.m.palmieri@amail.com> 

Date: 4/10/2015 1 1:53:14 PM 

Subject: Re: TPA 


This is a alternative if we can't do pure dodge. Which I don't think we can. 

It says, I want him to have negotiating authority but not republicans. I've never supported republicans getting 
negotiating authority. (And if I'm elected I'm prepared to make my own case.). So what about Wyden hatch? I 
don't like that part but my real focus the final deal. 

This feels more sustainable than full dodge. 

Let's do call later today? 


On Apr 11, 2015, at 6:28 AM, Jennifer Palmieri Jennifer. m.palmieri@amail.com > wrote: 


Boo! 

My impression of the Podesta approach was more of a dodge then what you have here. 

For example, if she weighs in on length of the TPA I think that will be viewed as passive opposition. Now 
what you propose would be more popular with dems and labor and closer to her view - so maybe okay, just 
want to consider that dynamic. 

Think this is worth getting on the phone today to discuss. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Apr 1 1 , 2015, at 2:09 AM, Jake Sullivan < jake. sullivan@gmail.com > wrote: 


Guys -- I talked to Brian Deese for awhile today. He thinks it is 90-95 percent that the TPA bill will 
drop Tuesday. 

I have been thinking about a version of the Podesta approach. 

What if she said something along the lines of the following? 

Look, I’m focused on the final deal, and whether it will measure up. If it does, I’ll support it. If it 
doesn’t, I won’t. 


TPA is about Senate procedure - and in any event it’s just a draft proposal making its way through a 
Senate committee. I want to focus on the substance: will TPP be a good deal, or not? We haven't 
seen the details so we can't answer that question yet. 


Let me say this about TPA. I believe that President Obama should have the negotiating authority to 
conclude a transpacific agreement that works for the American middle class and advances American 
leadership. But I don’t believe we should give an open-ended fast track to the next president. I hope 
I’m the next president, and I think I should have to justify fast track to the new Congress. And if a 
Republican is the next president, I certainly don’t want to give fast track to them now - heck, that's 
why I voted against fast track for President Bush. 

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These are all procedural issues. The key for me is whether the final deal passes two tests: pass two 
tests: First, does it raise wages and create more good jobs at home than it displaces? And second, 
does it also strengthen our national security? Let’s wait and see that final deal. 


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"Kristina Costa" <kcosta@hillaryclinton.com> 

"Sara Solow" <ssolow@hillaryclinton.com> 

10/12/2015 7:10:43 AM 

Re: Another thing Anderson will make her eat. Keystone. 
KXL_quote pushback. docx 


Key facts: 

1) Domestic conventional oil production increased 72 percent since President Obama took office, and 60 
percent from 2010 to 2014 (% change in EIA annual bbd data ) 

2) The impacts of climate change have grown more acute. 

a. California is in the grips of a four year drought made 15 to 20 percent worse by climate change 

b. More than 9 million acres have burned in wildfires this year alone - equal to MD + Rl (in her book) 

3) Tar sands crude is dirtier than most domestic conventional oil production. It is 20 percent more carbon 
intensive than most U.S. onshore conventional oil production. We had a tar sands crude spill in the Kalamazoo 
River in 2010, and EPA and NOAA will tell you it is harder and more costly to clean up than a conventional 
spill. And it causes more significant negative environmental impacts locally, producing toxic byproducts that 
conventional production doesn’t. 

4) At a time when we need to be investing in making America the clean energy superpower of the 21st century, 
KXL points us in the wrong direction. 

Also attached as a Word doc without links. I'm assuming at this stage we just want tight bullets not TPs but 
correct me if I'm wrong. 


On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 4:01 PM, Sara Solow < ssolow@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Kristina (who is taking a brief rest) will likely be able to track that down 

On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 3:47 PM, Tony Carrk < tcarrk@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Jake and JDP correct me but I thought we had q and a on what evidence came out bt then and now 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Oct 12, 2015, at 3:40 PM, Sara Solow < ssolow@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 


Thanks Tony. 

The date is 2010, and she begins that remark by saying they aren't done the full analysis. 


SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, there hasn't been a final decision made. It is -- 
QUESTION: Are you willing to reconsider it? 

SECRETARY CLINTON: Probably not. (Laughter.) And we -- but we haven't finish all of the 
analysis. So as I say, we've not yet signed off on it. But we are inclined to do so and we are for several 
reasons -- going back to one of your original questions — we're either going to be dependent on dirty 
oil from the Gulf or dirty oil from Canada. And until we can get our act together as a country and figure 
out that clean, renewable energy is in both our economic interests and the interests of our planet -- 
(applause) -- 1 mean, I don't think it will come as a surprise to anyone how deeply disappointed the 
President and I are about our inability to get the kind of legislation through the Senate that the United 
States was seeking. 


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Here is the source 
http://rn.state.gov/md 149542.htm 

Sent from my iPhone 

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What are you getting this from -- what date/source? 

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From: "Mary Podesta" <podesta.mary@amail.com> 

T o: "Mae Podesta" <mpodesta@amail.com> 

john.podesta@amail.com 
Date: 1 1/12/2015 4:17:42 AM 

Subject: FW: HERTZ RESERVATION G751 1000941 


Copy of our Cabo car reservation so all of us have it. (just in case.) 

Original Message 

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Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 3:32 PM 

To: PODESTA.MARY@gmail.com 

Subject: HERTZ RESERVATION G751 1000941 

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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Gabe Podesta" <apodesta@amail.com> 

Date: 1/6/2014 2:36:58 PM 

Subject: Re: Good Luck Tomorrow! 


Good first day. 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

> On Jan 5, 2014, at 7:33 PM, Gabe Podesta <gpodesta@gmail.com> wrote: 

> 

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> Sent from my iPhone 


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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Tony Podesta" <podesta@podesta.com> 

Date: 12/5/2014 10:08:27 PM 

Subject: Re: What time Sunday? 


They are coming from book club. Glenn and I will be here. Why don't 
We say 6:30 but come whenever you want. 

JP 

-Sent from my iPad- 

john.podesta@gmail.com 

For scheduling: eryn.sepp@gmail.com 

> On Dec 5, 2014, at 11:39 PM, Tony Podesta <podesta@podesta.com> wrote: 

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From: "Lindsay Siler. BarackObama.com" <info@barackobama.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 4/3/2013 5:48:19 AM 

Subject: Reporting back: Preventing gun violence Day of Action 


©ORGANIZING for ACTION 


John -- 


If Thursday was any indication, the NRA and the rest of the gun lobby better watch out: Last week's Day to Demand Action to 
prevent gun violence showed just how much support there is for common-sense legislation like universal background checks. 

Here's a quick report back: 

- Grassroots volunteers held more than 130 events across the country with thousands in attendance, from Tucson to West 
Palm Beach to Portsmouth. 

- Supporters who couldn't make it spoke out online: The hashtag #DemandAction was the #1 trending topic nationally on 
Twitter, and our top Facebook post received more than 116,000 likes and 23,000 shares on Thursday alone. 

- Our volunteer-led events received local and national media coverage on news outlets across the country, including CNN, Fox 
News, and hundreds of local ABC, NBC, and CBS affiliates. 

Members of Congress were back in their home districts last week, and I guarantee they heard our voices. 

Whether they do the right thing and pass legislation 92 percent of Americans support - or cave to the powerful gun lobby -- 
depends on what we do next. 

Add your name to the hundreds of thousands of Americans and OFA supporters demanding action to prevent gun violence: 

http://my.barackobama.com/Fight-to-Reduce-Gun-Violence 

We started a drumbeat last Thursday, and as long as we don't stop now, our representatives in Congress will have no choice but 
to act. 

Thanks for being part of this fight. 

Lindsay 
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From: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

T o: "Jennifer Palmieri" <jpalmieri@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 1 1/15/2015 3:48:57 AM 

Subject: Oh, by the way 


Happy Birthday. 


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From: "Kiel - Raj Govle for Congress" <info@aoyleforconaress.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 9/27/2010 4:45:01 AM 

Subject: Mike and Mike 


RAJ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 

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"They’re in Mexicali, Mexico. ..it was going to be profitable for the business, too. 
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"There is a legitimate business purpose to outsourcing." 

Mike Steele, agreeing with Mike Pompeo's philosophy 


Outsourcing advocate/businessman Mike Pompeo just doesn't get it. 

First, he created a factory in Mexicali and denied that those jobs could have gone to Wichita 
workers. 

Then, he said creating jobs in Kansas was "fundamentally not his job" in Congress before 
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From: "Robbv Mook" <robbymook2015@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 3/29/2015 5:24:03 AM 

Subject: Democracy Alliance 


Dennis feels we should have someone there, but we can send Marlon or Amanda in your place. Do you want us 
to move ahead with that? Or do you prefer to go? 

I agree with you that it's a lot of travel for a few minutes behind the podium. 


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Date: 

11/13/2008 1:51:21 AM 

Subject: 

Elisa Montoya 

Attachments: 

Elisa Montoya Resumel.docx 


John - You are making all Democrats proud of your contribution to the new administration, especially me. 
Forgive me for this mundane and selfish request, given your responsibilities, but I'd like for someone to take a 
look at Elisa Montoya's resume. She took a leave from my firm to serve as Obama's National Latino Outreach 
Director in the final 90 days of campaign. She would make a great deputy to someone. She is smart, 
hardworking and discreet. As you can see from her resume, she has an impressive background. You may 
remember her mom, Liz Montoya, who worked in Presidential Personnel. Federico Pena, Henry Cisneros, Ken 
Salazar, Xavier Becerra, Patti Solis and her immediated superior in Obama campaign, Patrick Gaspard. would 
vouch for her. She is having to decide whether to come back to firm or wait for opportunity. Her preference, 
given that she has already severed her role at firm, would be to continue on. Thanks for any help. Best, Jose 


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From: Dana <danachasin@amail.com> 

T o: "Michael Pyle" <pvle michael@yahoo.com> 

Date: 12/28/2015 12:54:53 PM 

Subject: 2015 Review: Financial Reg. Reform 


Mike & Co. -- 

After the GOP captured the Senate in the midterm elections, the main question in the financial regulatory world 
as 2015 began was whether Congress would rollback key parts of Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) as the GOP-controlled 
House had been voting to do over the previous four years. 

How did the two sides fare? What issues were at play? What have we learned and what can be expected in 
2016? 

These questions are answered below as the Shelby bill is considered both as standalone legislation and as a 
rider on the omnibus appropriations bills and other major financial regulatory legislation of 201 5 is reviewed. 

Best, 

Dana 


In the tug-of-war between the financial industry and supporters of Dodd-Frank, the gains and losses were 
marginal on both sides in 2015. Once again, the struggle resulted in another stand off between the industry's 
efforts to ease the regulatory burden of DFA and advocates' bid to expand its protections for workers, investors 
and increase resources for regulators. Republicans blame leading Democrats in Congress and in the 
administration; financial reformers who spent all year trying to block regulatory rollbacks are crediting them. 

The financial industry urged Congress to soften several DFA regulations and sought to do this first through 
Senate Banking Chair Richard Shelby's bill entitled The Financial Regulatory Improvement Act of 2015. The bill, 
more than 200 pages and consisting of eight wide titles, addresses wide-ranging areas of reform from changes 
to a key DFA threshold for enhanced prudential standards to the CFPB's qualified mortgage rule. 

Sen. Sherrod Brown, the top Democrat on Senate Banking, said Shelby's bill went too far: "Democrats are 
ready, willing, and able to work with Republicans to get community banks and credit unions the regulatory relief 
they need right now... Rather than focusing on issues that enjoy broad bipartisan support, this draft bill is a 
sprawling industry wish list of Dodd-Frank rollbacks. This sweeping proposal holds Main Street financial 
institutions hostage to a partisan effort to dismantle Dodd-Frank's consumer protections and sensible rules for 
the large banks and nonbanks that played central roles in the financial crisis." 


The main provisions of the Shelby bill: 


• Community Bank Rea. Relief -- 

Comprising 25 different measures loosening regulations on the country's smallest banks: relief from privacy 
disclosure requirements; permission for privately insured credit unions to become members of the Federal Home 
Loan Bank system; an exemption for banks under $10 billion in assets from the Volcker Rule; and a requirement 
that the National Credit Union Administration hold public hearings and receive comment on its budget. 

The opening title also included several provisions criticized by Democrats, such as a change to the CFPB's QM 
rule allowing all loans held in portfolio to be eligible for the rule's safe harbor provisions -- a controversial 
measure altering how certain "points and fees" are calculated under the QM rule, it removes language regarding 
affiliated title companies that spurred much of the earlier criticism. It further makes changes banning certain 
types of loans, such as "no-doc" loans that helped spur the financial crisis. 


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• SIFI Threshold -- The bill would have multiplied the DFA threshold mandating tougher capital and oversight 
on banks by ten times to over $500 billion in consolidated assets, though regulators would have the discretion to 
examine any banks over $50 billion to be considered systemic. The Fed Board could make a recommendation 
to the FSOC to consider a particular bank holding company, though the FSOC would have the ability to launch 
its own evaluation as well. The FSOC would be able to vote to change the list of criteria over time, and the $500 
billion threshold would also be indexed for GDP growth. Shelby was willing to narrow the $50-$500 billion 
window for deregulation he had first proposed. Democratic aides involved in the discussions said Shelby was 
willing to go as low as $250 billion. Democrats weren't willing to go above $200 billion. 


• FSOC Process for Non-Banks - This title would have codified changes to the FSOC process for 
designating nonbanks as systemically important, to provide additional transparency to the process. Some in 
Congress have criticized FSOC's designation process as being too opaque. The FSOC would be required to 
give detailed explanations for why regulators are considering a designation; provide opportunities for companies 
to meet with council representatives; analyze a company's remedial plan for removing a SIFI designation and 
allow for revisions; and offer an explanation if the council moves forward with a formal designation. Regulators 
would also be required to hold a hearing for designated companies at least once every five years and would 
have to vote to renew the decision to designate. 


• Fed Governance Reforms - The bill would have made several changes to the Federal Reserve System. 
It would require the head of the New York Fed to be nominated by the White House and confirmed by the 
Senate. It would also direct the formation of an independent commission to evaluate the structure of the Fed 
system, including looking at the number and structure of the Fed's 12 districts. The Fed would be required to 
publish a study every two years on its regulation and oversight of non-banks, a provision that would sunset after 
10 years. The GAO would be required to publish a study looking at the agency's regulation of systemically 
important institutions, with an eye toward issues around regulatory capture. 


• Swaps/Emerging Growth Firms -- This title addressed several measures related to SEC registration and 
regulation. Most notably, it would remove indemnification requirements on swap data so that it can be shared 
with foreign regulators more easily and would establish a "grace period" for emerging growth companies working 
toward an initial public offering. 


• Mortgage Finance System -- The bill included several provisions related to the mortgage finance system, 
including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. It would prohibit Congress from using guarantee fees to offset 
unrelated government spending and would ban the sale of Treasury-owned preferred stock in the government- 
sponsored enterprises without the approval of Congress. It would also direct the FHFA to provide Congress 
with updates on the establishment of a common securitization platform and would transition the platform to a 
non-profit available to approved issuers beyond Fannie and Freddie. Finally, it would mandate that the GSEs' 
risk-sharing levels be at least 150 percent of the previous year's level, with at least half of the total as front-end 
risk sharing. 


With such a wide variety of significant proposals, the Shelby bill was an overloaded canoe. Senate Banking 
reported it out favorably in May, but only on a 12-10 party-line vote, not sufficient to be certain to clear the 60- 
vote filibuster hurdle to passage in the Senate. 


Over the months that followed, members and staff met frequently to discuss which elements of the bill had 
bipartisan support Shelby's participation in these meetings was occasional at best and the discussions never 
really became negotiations. 

Committee Republicans Crapo, Moran and Corker did not negotiate in place of Shelby, but they tried to find 
common ground with a few receptive Democrats on the Banking Committee, including Sens. Warner, Donnelly, 
Heitkamp, and Tester. 

By the end of September, the group came up with a rough framework that covered areas where the Democrats 

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appeared willing to move closer to some of Shelby's proposals. The Democrats were able to find some common 
ground with Republicans on key areas including easing regulations for community banks, creating a new carve- 
out for regional banks in Dodd-Frank and making changes to the way the FSOC polices big financial firms 
outside the banking sector. 

The ideas were presented separately to Shelby and Senate Banking Committee ranking member Sherrod 
Brown. Brown was not negotiating alongside the moderate Senate Democrats but his staff was kept in the loop. 

In early November, Brown arranged a meeting between all the banking committee Democrats so the four who 
had been working with Republicans could update the rest on the discussions. One aide briefed on the meeting 
said reaction was mixed. Some members showed interest and others showed strong opposition. 

Then on November 1 0, Sen. Warren gave a speech on the Senate floor warning her colleagues against going 
down the same road that led to a controversial Dodd-Frank rollback to weaken restrictions on derivatives trading 
from being tucked into last year’s spending bill. She called out Democrats who “want to get something done 
around here for a change... If there's anyone in this chamber, Republican or Democrat, who thinks they can slip 
goodies for Wall Street into these bills without a fight, they are very wrong," she said, referring to must-pass 
legislation including the upcoming appropriations bill. In addition to the pushback from Warren and other outside 
groups, the compromise effort faced public and private opposition from Treasury. 

Warren and reform advocates were mindful that they lost a round last December, when JPMorgan Chase and 
Citigroup lobbyists secured a change to Dodd-Frank rules on complex financial instruments known as swaps. 
“The law isn’t perfect, and some of us think we need more accountability to make sure big financial institutions 
don’t threaten the economy again, but House Republicans are pushing in the opposite direction.” 

Meanwhile, back in July, Shelby, a senior member of the Appropriations Committee, had his bill attached as a 
rider on the Financial Services FY 2016 appropriations bill. But he got almost nothing in the final spending 
agreement. After months of laying the groundwork, banks and their allies in Congress missed their big shot at 
moving a wide-ranging legislative agenda in a must-pass spending bill this year before the 2016 election cycle 
heats up. 

Among the major financial provisions that didn’t make it into the spending package: 

• Fiduciary Duty -- Per DFA, the Labor Department finally put forth a fiduciary rule in April, the first update of 
the government’s retirement investment advice regulations in four decades. The rule, which would take effect 
next year, requires brokers and financial advisers to act in the “best interest” of retirement savers — a higher 
standard than current regulations, which only require advice be “suitable.” 

The new rule aims to eliminate the potential conflict of interests between people who offer investment advice 
and companies that sell financial products at a time when individuals are made responsible for building their own 
nest eggs through programs like IRAs and 401 (k)s that have largely replaced traditional pension funds that 
guaranteed life-long benefits. The financial industry has said it would raise the compliance costs and drive many 
financial advisers out of business while making investment advice unaffordable for middle-class savers. 

• Community Bank Lending Rules -- A number of regulatory changes sought by small, locally focused 
community lenders, such as an exemption from certain mortgage underwriting rules for mortgages held in a 
bank’s portfolio. 

• CFPB Governance -- Creating a board, rather than a single director, to govern the Consumer Financial 
Protection Bureau, and subjecting the agency’s budget to annual appropriations. 

• Fed Dividend - In a surprise, the banking community lost a sizable source of revenue -- the annual Fed 
dividend paid to member banks, totaling $25 billion. The highway bill passed earlier this month took some of the 
money that banks receive in dividends from the Fed to help pay for fixing the U.S.’s deteriorating roads. Wall 
Street was furious over the precedent of having financial firms pay for infrastructure projects and lobbied to get 

a provision in the spending bill that would have given banks more flexibility to sell their shares in the Fed’s 
regional banks. Lawmakers rejected the provision. 

Another piece of legislation that made the cut: a provision that prohibits Treasury from selling the government’s 
stake in mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac until 2018 without future legislation. The U.S. 
government bailed out Fannie and Freddie in 2008, and in return received warrants to acquire nearly 80% of the 


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companies’ stock along with a new class of preferred shares. 

Congress has tried unsuccessfully to pass legislation that would replace Fannie and Freddie with a new system, 
leading some of the companies’ proponents to push the Obama administration to take action on its own and sell 
the shares. 

Financial industry lobbyists were all but stymied in their efforts to slip measures helping banks, insurers and 
private-equity firms into the $1.1 trillion omnibus bill fund. The spending bill did included other minor items, low- 
hanging fruit for the financial industry. 

The highway bill passed earlier this month took some of the money that banks receive in dividends from the 
Federal Reserve to help pay for fixing the U.S.’s deteriorating roads. Wall Street was furious over the precedent 
of having financial firms pay for infrastructure projects and lobbied to get a provision in the spending bill that 
would have given banks more flexibility to sell their shares in the Fed’s regional banks but the provision was 
rejected. 

Some consolation prizes for industry survived. An omnibus rider banning the SEC from requiring corporations to 
publicly disclose their political and lobbying expenditures managed to survive. And negotiators included 
cybersecurity legislation designed to make it easier for the financial firms and others in the private sector to 
share threat information with the government. Industry also secured a provision that prohibits the Treasury 
Department from selling the government’s stake in mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac until 
2018 without future legislation. The government bailed out Fannie and Freddie in 2008, and in return received 
warrants to acquire nearly 80 percent of the companies’ stock along with a new class of preferred shares. 

Five years after a crisis that shook the foundations of finance, Warren has public opinion on her side. A 
Washington Post/ABC News published October finding that 72 percent of Democrats, 58 percent of 
Republicans, and 68 percent of independents want the next president to pursue tougher regulations on banks. 


Public distrust has forced Wall Street — and financial services writ large — to make oblique arguments that don’t 
tackle head-on the unpopularity of the industry across the entire electorate. Republicans, trying to avoid an 
explicit alliance with Wall Street, regard their legislation as “reforms of the reforms” that Dodd-Frank made. If 
2015 is any guide, and particularly given the politics of a presidential election next year, the prospects for 
significant financial regulatory legislation in 2016 is remote. 


Recent Updates: 

2015 Review: Fin Reg Reform (Dec. 28) 
Omnibus Draft Emerging (Dec. 15) 
Omnibus Situation (Dec. 14) 

FY 2016 Omnibus Talks (Dec. 10) 
Customs Bill (Dec. 8) 

Tax Extender Negotiations (Dec. 6) 
Brown on HFT (Dec. 4) 

Shelby 2.0 Update (Dec. 3) 

HTF Conference Report (Dec. 3) 

FY 2016 - Policy Riders (Nov. 30) 
Dodd-Frank and the OR (Nov. 13) 

FRB Interest Rate Policy (Nov. 9) 

Ryan and Tax Reform (Nov. 4) 
HTF/Pay-fors (Nov. 3) 

FRB System Risk Rule (Nov. 2) 

Ex-lm Reauthorization (Oct. 30) 

Tax Extenders (Oct. 30) 

Boehner Budget Deal (Oct. 27) 

Ex-lm Reauthorization (Oct. 26) 

Debt and Debt Limit (Oct. 22) 

SEC Nominations (Oct. 20) 
TPP/Currency Manipulation (Oct. 15) 


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Ex-lm Update (Oct. 9) 

Fed Dividend (Oct. 7) 
Debt/Extraordinary Measures (Oct. 6) 
Jobs Report (Oct. 2) 

Fiduciary Rule (Oct. 1) 

FY2016 Budoet/CR ( Sept. 29 ) 

Trade/TPP ( Sept. 25 ) 

GSE Reform ( Sept. 25 ) 

Carried Interest ( Sept. 23 ) 

Bush Tax Cuts ( Sept. 15 ) 

Puerto Rico ( Jul. 23 ) 

Shelby 2.0 ( June 24 ) 


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From: "Amanda Renteria" <arenteria@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Nikki Budzinski" <nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 6/19/2015 5:54:28 AM 

Subject: Re: Nightly Labor Update 


Nikki, 

do you think we are going to continue to see folks move from 2015 conference asks to 2016 conference asks 
as part of their endorsement process or are IAFF and NEA outliers? 

On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 7:59 PM, Nikki Budzinski < nbudzinski@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

Yep, the NEA alternatives I outlined below are what the NEA would like us to commit to (all of them) in place of 
our absence at the RA. I think Robby when we meet with Carrie on Friday next week we should be ready to 
commit to what we're willing to do then. She will expect that at the meeting I believe. I'll be there with you too. 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Jun 18, 2015, at 7:45 PM, Robby Mook < re47@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


I got pushed on NEA today by NH local as well. 

It's going to be an issue. Wonder if we can do the alternatives as replacement. 


On Jun 18, 2015, at 7:33 PM, Marlon Marshall < mmarshall@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 


Thanks for the update. On the NEA piece, I don't know if this is the right thing to say, but the no- 
conference position is really a go to all the Labor conferences in the hopes of earning a 
endorsement. We're not trying to earn NALEO's endorsement. Not sure how to finagle that in 
conversation but that is ultimately what it is 

I'm good with the Alliance for Retired Americans surrogate, think it makes sense 
Was the UAW date on our radar before? that could be difficult.... 

On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 7:14 PM, Nikki Budzinski < nbudzinski@hillarvclinton.com > wrote: 

Good evening everyone 

Attached is tonight's updated spreadsheet. Here are a few points to draw your attention to: 

1. July 1st, we have scheduled our labor policy discussions in Washington DC with our policy 
team. Notice has gone out. 

2. Need to discuss/confirm NEA requests post-RA decision. Also, NEA has reached out twice 
frustrated by HRC attending NALEO and not the RA (given our conference position). It would be 
helpful to have a response to NALEO question and feedback back on their other requests. 

-RA Video 

-Teletown Hall with members and HRC (July) 

-Walk a Day event (August-September) 

-2016 RA attendance 

From our email last night, I have connected with Kari in NH regarding the RA and any Sanders 
activity. She is reaching out to Scott McGilvray to help. I'm meeting with Troy and ISEA next 
week in Iowa. 

3. Alliance for Retired Americans Convention has requested a Senator surrogate to their 
conference. HRC is unable to attend. A video is not a option. Are we interested in asking a 

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friendly Senator to surrogate? Sanders and Pelosi are confirmed to attend. 

4. The UAW has started to engage in a endorsement process and invited HRC to their Executive 
Board meeting in Detroit August 11-1 3th. UAW has big 3 bargaining this year, FYI. 

5. AFT teletown hall with members regarding 2016 endorsement last night went "very well". 

6. Current confirmed attendees to John's home: Trumka, Saunders, J. David Cox (AFGE), 
Perrone (UFCW), McGarvey (BCTD). 

Trade Update: 

TPA passed House and the labor campaign has moved to the 14 Democratic Senators that voted 
for TPA/TAA. Almost all of the 14 said that they would only vote for TPA with TAA. This is the 
leverage point labor is trying to work. The 14 Democratic Senators met with the White House 
today and reports back were not positive for the WH. A cloture vote could happen in the Senate 
as early as tonight with a final TPA vote potentially happening on Tuesday next week. In the 
House CBC Chairman Butterfield along with four other CBC members signed a letter to the 
Senate saying that if they attach TAA to African Growth Opportunity Act they can't count on their 
votes for it in the House. 


Nikki Budzinski 
Labor Outreach Director 
Hillary for America 
646-854-1442 (direct) 


Amanda Renteria 
National Political Director 
Hillary for America #Hillary2016 
559-426-5756 (o) 
650-868-1188 (c) 

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From: "Michael Lux" <michael.lux@proaressivestrateaies.net> 

T o: "Michael Lux" <michael.lux@proaressivestrateaies.net> 

Date: 10/14/2010 7:13:54 AM 

Subject: Latest House and Senate Analysis 


Friends, 

I have posted a couple of pieces about Senate and House races on Huffington Fbst and Open Left over the last few days, but I’m guessing that not 
all of you would have had the chance to read them, but still might appreciate getting them to give some perspective on this wild and wacky election. 
Here they are in full. Rease let me know if you have questions about anything in them, or need any other info on these races. 

Keep your hopes up. 

All my best, Mike 

http://www.openleft.com/diarv/20501/house-races 


House Races (+) 

by: Mike Lux 

Thu Oct 14, 2010 at 10:30 

My previous rankings in a different format can be found here 

Most of the election cycles I have worked in, it was relatively easy to write a comprehensive memo to the people and groups 
I work with on House races. The DCCC tended to only be targeting maybe 20-25 races, and even if you grant that their 
targeting criterion could get a little too narrow, it was still true that there were generally not any more than 35-40 competitive 
races even with a more expansive definition. This year, even by the more narrow definition, there are at least 80 races that 
are highly competitive, and if you have a more expansive definition of competitive, there are well over 1 00 races in play. 

Don't worry. I'm not going to write about each one. Instead, I'm going to highlight a few that I think are symbolically and 
substantively especially important for the progressive community. 

The single most important thing in this year's potential Republican wave is to work to preserve the best progressives in 
Congress that are in trouble. Here are my top priorities in this category. 

Progressive incumbents 

1. AZ-08, Raul Grijalva. Raul is in a district that is normally safe, but with immigration politics at fever pitch in Arizona, and 
with Raul having the guts to endorse the national boycott, there is a reason to worry about our chair of the Congressional 
Progressive Caucus. It would be terrible symbolically and substantively to lose Raul's voice and leadership in Congress. 

2. OH- 15, Mary Jo Kilroy. Kilroy has stood tall on all the biggest issues in spite of her district being very far from safe. She 
is in a very tight race with corporate special interests pouring a ton of money in. 

3. OH-13, Betty Sutton. Another tough midwestern populist woman who has been there on all the big issues, and she is 
running against a self-funding extremist right-winger. 

4. IL-17, Phil Hare. Phil Hare is not very well known outside of his district, but he is one of my very favorite members of 
Congress. An old labor guy who worked for the fonner congressman in this working-class district in the Illinois side of the 
Quad Cities, progressive champion Lane Evans, Phil has been a hardcore progressive on every kind of issue in spite of the 
swing nature of his district, and this year is getting his biggest challenge yet. 

5. VA-05, Tom Perriello. Tom is still fighting for his life in this very tough working-class district, but has been successful at 
raising a lot of money. He is facing massive negative spending from outside groups. 

6. FL-08, Alan Grayson. Same dynamic with Perriello, except Alan has raised even more than Tom. But he is the top House 
target for the Chamber and Rove, so he still needs all the money he can get. 

7. WI-08, Steven Kagen. Another very strong progressive from a tough working-class district, the Green Bay, Wisconsin 
area. Steve is a physician who made a big difference on the health care debate. 

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8. NH-01, Carol Shea-Porter. A progressive who first won her seat by beating the establishment Democrat in the primary, 
then winning the general election without a dime from the DCCC. Carol is in a very tough race this year. 

9. NY- 19, John Hall. A former musician, Hall is in a tough swing district facing a very well funded challenger. He needs the 
dough. 

When you have a tide going against you, I think it is doubly important to be aggressive in trying to pick up seats in vulnerable 
Republican districts. If all you are doing is playing defense, the other side can spread their turf and make you defend in 
places you should not have to defend. 

Fortunately, we have several good takeover possibilities, among them the Cao seat in New Orleans, where the Democratic 
candidate has a 10 point lead; the Delaware seat left open by Mike Castle's ill-fated run for the Senate, and where the 
Republicans nominated a less famous (so far, he has not had to deny he is a witch) but equally right-wing candidate to run 
alongside Christine O'Donnell; and the Illinois seat left open by Mark Kirk's run for the Senate, where the guy who almost 
beat Kirk in 2008, Dan Seals, is running a strong race. For my money, the highest priority potential takeover seats are the 
following: 

Potential takeovers 

1. FL-25, Joe Garcia. With Marco Rubio likely to be Florida's next Senator, it sure would be nice to have a strong 
progressive Cuban- American win a long held Republican seat in the Cuban section of Miami. Joe is a great candidate, and 
this is a big race symbolically for our side. 

2. CA-45, Steve Pougnet. Steve is Mayor of Palm Springs, and would be the first openly gay dad and first legally married 
gay man in Congress. This is a district carried by Obama, and Steve is running a strong campaign against Sonny Bono's 
widow. 

3. CA-03, Ami Bera. Bera would be the first Indian- American in Congress, and has raised a lot of money against a 
congressman mostly famous for being the first one to figure out and exploit a loophole in the 2007 Congressional Ethics Bill 
and get himself an all-expense paid trip to Hawaii by a trade association. 

4. PA- 15, John Callahan. A new poll out shows this a dead heat. Callahan is Mayor of Bethlehem and while I don't agree with 
him on everything, I think he is a solid guy. Incumbent Charlie Dent meanwhile is truly awful and a Pat Toomey clone. I 
think Callahan's ideas about what would work to rebuild our manufacturing sector in America, an issue I care about a lot, are 
especially important. 

5. CA-44, Bill Hedrick. Hedrick is hanging in there against Ken Calvert, one of the most pro-big business members of 
Congress there is and a big right-winger. Bill came close to beating him last time, and this could be a district we can steal. 

6. PA-06, Manan Trivedi. Trivedi is endorsed by a lot of different progressive groups and is running a better race against Jim 
Gerlach than previous challengers have run. This is one of the most marginal districts in the country, although Pennsylvania 
is a tough place to win in this cycle. 

7. MO-08, Tom Sowers. Another very tough race against an entrenched incumbent, but to many, keeping progressives in 
Congress is running a hell of a race. 

8. OH-08, Justin Coussoule. I know, I know, no one thinks Boehner can be beaten, but Justin is a good candidate and 
Boehner is paying no attention whatsoever. Besides, I love the idea of giving Boehner trouble back home. 

Open seat districts held by Democrats 

There are so many races that are so close and I've already mentioned more than I had intended to, so I am going to keep this 
list short. 

1. NH-02, Ann Kuster. Ann is a strong progressive running for Paul Hodes open seat. She beat the establishment Democrat 
in the primary, and now is facing a hell of a tough general election fight. 

2. WI-07, Julia Lassa. This is Dave Obey's seat, and it would be such a shame to lose it to a right-winger. Julie is the same 
kind of economic populist Obey was, but is better than him on choice issues. She is trailing in her race but is still in the hunt 
if she can raise some money. 

3. PA-07, Bryan Lentz. This is Sestak's open seat, and it is one of the most competitive swing districts in the country. Lentz 
seems to be a solid progressive. 

4. AR-02, Joyce Elliot. This is Vic Snyder's open seat, where Joyce Elliott, the African-American State Senator endorsed by 

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Blue America beat the Conservadem House Speaker in the primary. She also has a lot of strong union support. This is also a 
district Vic Snyder has won nearly unopposed for years. 

Sorry if I didn't name your favorite race: I freely admit that I probably missed some I should have mentioned. This is a wild 
year, and small last minute developments, trends, and ad buys all matter. Please help out the candidates that move you the 
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From: "Jon Soltz" <jon@votevets.ora> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 1 1/10/2010 2:34:59 PM 

Subject: An Announcement 


J) votevets.org 


About VoteVets.org 


Dear Friends, 

We are writing to let you know that tomorrow Jon will be announcing that he is taking a one-year leave of 
absence from VoteVets.org, because he is being deployed to Iraq in support of Operation New Dawn. We 
expect him back at VoteVets.org in January 2012. 

I know your first question is how does this affect the future ofVoteVets.org? The answer is, “It doesn’t." 

The group won’t miss a beat - continuing its work on the same issues of importance to veterans - from veterans 
health care, to energy independence - with interim Chairman, and Iraq War Veteran, Ashwin Madia, who has 
been the group’s Vice Chairman since 2009. The rest of the VoteVets.org infrastructure will remain the same as 
Les will continue to manage the day to day operations. 

VoteVets.org will continue to work with - and is excited to expand our relationships - all of our allies: Labor, 
Environmental groups, LGBT organizations, women’s groups, and more, to continue to build long standing 
progressive infrastructure. 

What we have been able to build, with your help, is a solid organization from top to bottom. With over 100,000 
supporters, alliances forged from coast to coast, and a spectacular cadre of staff and advisors, we have no doubt 
that with your continued support VoteVets.org won’t just survive while Jon is in Iraq - it will thrive. 

We want to say a word about Ashwin, who will be assuming Chairman duties. Ashwin is as an energetic, 
determined, principled, and skilled person as there is. Before VoteVets.org was even around, Ashwin was 
fighting for what was right. A lawyer by trade, in the Marines, Ashwin was one of the first military attorneys to 
successfully defend a gay servicemember from discharge. As someone who ran for Congress, Ashwin also has a 
keen and personal understanding of how politics works. As Vice Chairman of VoteVets.org, he knows how we 
operate, and will continue operations seamlessly. We have no doubt that you'll be impressed with Ashwin as we 
are, as you get to know him. 

In closing, it is somewhat fitting that we are writing to tell you this on the eve of Veterans' Day. In many ways, a 
veteran’s service never ends. Jon was in Iraq to start the war, and then came home to form a group that would 
ask tough questions about the war's execution. That was four years ago. And, now, he will go back to Iraq, 
because his country called, and because he so strongly believes in his duty to be there to lead the soldiers in his 
unit. When he gets back, he will return to serving his country, and our fellow veterans, by rejoining 
VoteVets.org. 

We will be hosting a small reception for Jon in mid December in Washington, DC to send him off. And we will 
forward details to each of you in hopes that you can make it. 

We want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all you’ve done to help veterans, and what you will 
continue to do to keep VoteVets.org the largest and most successful progressive veterans organization in the 
country. 

If you would like to reach Jon to send him some good thoughts you can do so at jon@votevets.org. Les can still 
be reached at les@votevets.org as well. 

Sincerely, 

Jon Soltz and Les Macdonald 


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From: "Gene Karpinski, League of Conservation Voters Victory Fund" <feedback@lcv.ora> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 9/17/2012 1 :00:46 AM 

Subject: BREAKING: Seven Senate seats up for grabs 



LCV VICTORY FUND 


Donate to LCV Victory Fund: Seven battleground Senate races are virtually tied! Give today 
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The Massachusetts Senate race between Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown is now a dead heat. In 
Connecticut, World Wrestling Entertainment owner and climate denier Linda McMahon has closed the gap 
with Rep. Chris Murphy. 

With the Montana, Virginia, Nevada, Arizona, and Ohio Senate races also incredibly close, our goal of 
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Every single one of these races is winnable - but here’s the bottom line: undecided voters are deciding 
now. And with early voting in Montana and Ohio just a few weeks away, every day we wait is a missed 
opportunity. 

The LCV Victory Fund urgently needs to raise $120,000 for canvassing and get-out-the-vote 
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Don’t miss a moment - make a gift to LCV Victory Fund today » 

This past Tuesday, the New York Times declared, 

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here are the Senate races where we’re concentrating our efforts: 

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working - Warren is picking up momentum and with your help, we can help her take the lead. 

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From: "Randy Barnett" <rb325@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

T o: "All Faculty and Staff" <AIIFacultyandStaff@law.aeoraetown.edu> 

Date: 5/28/2015 6:28:55 AM 

Subject: Congratulations to Richard Izquierdo! 


After a two-year fellowship with the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, Richard A. Izquierdo has accepted the 
position of Associate Professor at Seton Hall University. Please join us in wishing Richard all the best in his future 
endeavors! 

Richard researches and writes within constitutional law and contracts, with a particular interest in constitutional foundations 
and transformations. He received his B.A., summa cum laude, from Rutgers University (New Brunswick), his J.D. from the 
University of Pennsylvania Law School, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Stanford University. He was the 
2012-13 Thomas W. Smith Postdoctoral Research Associate within the Department of Politics at Princeton University. 
Before pursuing an academic career, he practiced law at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in New York City. 


His dissertation, Rethinking Presidential Constructions of Constitutional Regimes: The Inverse Dynamics of Leadership and 
Historical Context, provides a new understanding of executive authority in order to assess how presidents have constructed 
distinct constitutional regimes during national crises without overturning the original 1787 Constitution. 

During his time at Georgetown Law, Richard researched “The Other Switch in Time” that occurred within constitutional law 
following the New Deal Revolution. His resulting paper. The Architecture of Constitutional Time, is forthcoming in the 
William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal. 

Randy 


Randy E. Barnett 

Carmack Waterhouse Ffofessor of Legal Theory & 

Director, Georgetown Center for the Constitution 

http://www.law.auconstitutioncenter 

Georgetown Law 

600 New Jersey Ave. NW 

Washington, DC 20001 

Phone: 202-662-9936 

www.randvbarnett.com 

Twitter: @RandyEBarnett 

Working papers: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf dev/AbsBvAuth.cfm?per id= 142869 

Faculty Assistant: Cynthia Rockwell 
Phone: 202-662-4245 

cvnthia.rockwell@law.aeoraetown.edu 

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From: "Robbv Mook" <robbymook2015@amail.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/1/2015 5:18:33 AM 

Subject: Co-chairs 


Do you have a sec to discuss this today? Dennis and I were talking and I have an idea. 


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T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 2/19/2015 2:10:40 PM 

Subject: One White House person 


I surveyed everyone about WH staff. No one is trying to hire anyone at this time with one exception: Kit Rodolfa: he's a data scientist in their digital 
shop. Not sure how "mission critical" he is. 


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From: 

To: 

"Tina Flournov" <Tina(a)presidentclinton.com> 

"Ami Desai-Clinton Foundation" <adesai(a)clintonfoundation.orq> 


"Craia Smith" <csmith(a)ps-b.com> 


iohn.oodesta(a)amail.com 

Date: 

9/17/2013 8:00:38 AM 

Subject: 

RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 


I would really like to hear from John before we proceed. 

Original Message 

From: Amitabh Desai [mailto:adesai@clintonfoundation.org] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 10:59 AM 

To: Tina Flournoy; Craig Smith; john.podesta@gmail.com 

Cc: John Podesta Contact 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Thanks. I can raise 2 with them tomorrow and if you all want to join tomorrow, that would be great too. 

Also note - Governor Padilla is scheduled to come to CGI next week and to participate in the "island energy 
issues" discussion. So might be a second opportunity to raise #2 with him in a room full of folks who would give 
moral support. 

I know this probably is crazy talk - but do you think we should invite PRPPA head to the cgi island energy 
discussion? Would put them in a tight spot to be in that room and face all those folks and not agree to "do" 
something. 

Original Message 

From: Tina Flournoy [mailto:Tina@presidentclinton.com] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 10:55 AM 

To: Craig Smith; Amitabh Desai; john.podesta@gmail.com 

Cc: John Podesta Contact 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

I spoke to WJC about the current state of play. He is open to number 2 - specifically as it relates to Vieques. 

Original Message 

From: Craig Smith [mailto:csmith@ps-b.com] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 10:52 AM 

To: Ami Desai-Clinton Foundation; Tina Flournoy; john.podesta@gmail.com 
Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Two points I would push them on: 

1) If all they are going to do is prepare a report, I am not sure that gets us anything. PRPPA is fighting hard 
against any change at the moment and a report doesn't move the ball forward. They need to use the report as a 
tool to generate a call for action on some concrete steps, like a law requiring PRPPA to meet specific targets 
with a timeline for the conversion to renewables. They talk about some pretty specific goals but process of 
making them happen is critical and its not clear from the memo how that will occur. The key challenge they face 
is not figuring out what they need to do but figuring out how to get it done. 

2) The Culebra idea is interesting. In the past the previous Governor has called for making Vieques energy 
independent. Working on these two islands is something the foundation might want to explore as a joint project 
with the Government and PRPPA. Because of WJC's history with Vieques, it also gives us a hook. This would 
require a meeting between someone with the Foundation, PRPPA and the Governor. Don't know if they would 
agree but would be big if they did and would show the rest of PR that it can be done. PRPPA may have a 
lobbyist in DC and it might be easier to make the deal up here than down there where everything is so polarized. 

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From: Amitabh Desai [mailto:adesai@clintonfoundation.org] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 10:05 AM 

To: Tina Flournoy; john.podesta@gmail.com; Craig Smith 

Subject: FW: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

FYI re: Puerto Rico, attached. They want to discuss tomorrow morning at 11am ET. 
Would any of you like to join? 

Sincerely, 

Ami 


Original Message 

From: Simon Tam 

Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 9:18 AM 
To: Amitabh Desai 

Subject: FW: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

FYI - please see attached and Efrain's note below for 1 1AM call on Wednesday, 9/18. I can print copies for you 
as well as soon as the printer is up and running again. 

Original Message 

From: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo [mailto:eoneill@fortaleza.pr.gov] 

Sent: Monday, September 16, 2013 10:57 PM 

To: Simon Tam 

Cc: Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Hi, 

Attached please find a Word document that summarizes Gov. Garcia Padilla's energy policy, and a PowerPoint 
presentation we could use to guide Wednesday's conference call (11am Eastern time). 

If Mr. Desai you has any questions before Wednesday's conference call, please let me know. I will be expecting 
the call at 11am Eastern time (787) 238-8588 

Regards, 

Efrain 


Dr. Efrain O'Neill-Carrillo, P.E. 

Asesor Principal en Asuntos de Energia 

Oficina del Gobernador 

Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico 


From: Simon Tam [stam@clintonfoundation.org] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 5:23 PM 

To: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo 

Cc: Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Thank you very much Efrain. I have made note of your contact details and look forward to receiving more 
information. 

Sincerely, 

Simon 

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From: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo [mailto:eoneill@fortaleza.pr.gov] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 3:24 PM 

To: Simon Tam 

Cc: Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

You can reach me at: 

(787) 238-8588 

If you have any problems with that number, I can also be reached at (787) 642 3705. 

I will be sending via email introductory information about our efforts in PR in the area of sustainability. You might 
have the info already, but I will forward it just in case. 

Regards 

Efrain 

Dr. Efrain O'Neill-Carrillo, P.E. 

Asesor Principal en Asuntos de Energia 

Oficina del Gobernador 

Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico 


From: Simon Tam [stam@clintonfoundation.org] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 1:43 PM 

To: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo 

Cc: Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Thank you very much Efrain. We are confirmed for 1 1AM ET on Wednesday, September 18. Could you please 
advise on the best number to reach you that morning? Thanks once again. 

Sincerely, 

Simon 

Original Message 

From: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo [mailto:eoneill@fortaleza.pr.gov] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 12:18 PM 

To: Simon Tam 

Cc: Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 


That's perfect. I've blocked my agenda from 10am to 12noon on Wed. Sept. 18th. 
Please confirm. 

Regards 

Efrain 

Dr. Efrain O'Neill-Carrillo, P.E. 

Asesor Principal en Asuntos de Energia 

Oficina del Gobernador 

Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico 


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From: Simon Tam [stam@clintonfoundation.org] 

Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 10:03 AM 

To: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo 

Cc: Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Dear Efrain, 

Thank you for your message and I hope this finds you well. I work closely with Ami Desai and can help 
coordinate this conversation. Wednesday, September 18 works well. Might you be available between 10AM - 
12PM ET that day? Kindly advise at your convenience. 

Best, 

Simon 

Simon Tam 

Foreign Policy Associate | Clinton Foundation 
77 Water Street, New York, NY 10005 

Direct: +1.212.348.0031 | Mobile: +1.734.709.9427 | Fax: +1.866.335.7650 stam@clintonfoundation.org | 
www.clintonfoundation.org 

Original Message 

From: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo <eoneill@fortaleza.pr.gov> 

To: Amitabh Desai; Elizabeth Sola Oliver <esola@fortaleza.pr.gov> 

Cc: oneill@ieee.org <oneill@ieee.org> 

Sent: Tue Sep 10 08:55:46 2013 
Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Dear Mr. Desai, 

Thank you for your message. I'd like to coordinate a phone call to discuss potential ways to further the 
collaboration between the Clinton Foundation and the Commonwealth of PR. 

I am available any time this week, except Thursday after 5pm, and Friday. Next week I am available Wednesday 
18th all day, and Thursday 19th anytime in the afternoon. 

Best regards, 

Efrain 

Dr. Efrain O'Neill-Carrillo, P.E. 

Asesor Principal en Asuntos de Energia 

Oficina del Gobernador 

Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico 


From: Amitabh Desai [adesai@clintonfoundation.org] 

Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2013 4:44 PM 

To: Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Cc: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo 

Subject: RE: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Dear Elizabeth, thanks for your note - we enjoyed the visit very much and likewise we look forward to being of 
assistance for the Governor and people of Puerto Rico. Will Dr. O'Neill be in New York in the coming weeks, or 
should we arrange a discussion by phone? Sincerely, Ami 

Original Message 

From: Elizabeth Sola Oliver [mailto:esola@fortaleza.pr.gov] 

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Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2013 3:58 PM 

To: Amitabh Desai 

Cc: Efrain O'Neill Carrillo 

Subject: Visit to Puerto Rico, Next Steps 

Dear Mr. Desai: 

I hope this message finds you well. I am writing on behalf of Mrs. Ingrid M. Vila-Biaggi, Chief of Staff for the 
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. This email is to follow up on President Clinton's visit to San Juan last July, and to 
express our interest on establishing continued cooperation with you on certain issues paramount for the 
development of Puerto Rico. 

Governor Garcia-Padilla's administration goals on economic development, health and climate change -to 
mention just a few- are well aligned with those of the Clinton Foundation and we believe that there are many 
spaces of collaboration that can be built from his last visit. I am copying Dr. Efrain O'Neill, who is the Governor's 
Senior Advisor on Energy Affairs. 

We look forward to hear from you soon so we can begin this dialogue. 

Regards, 

Elizabeth Sola Oliver 

Aide to the Chief of Staff 

Office of the Governor - La Fortaleza 

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 

T. 787-721-7000 ext. 3122 
M. 787-638-1298 

esola@fortaleza.pr.gov<mailto:esola@fortaleza.pr.gov> 


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From: "Larry Kramer" <LKramer@hewlett.ora> 

T o: "Charlotte Pera" <Charlotte.Pera@climateworks.ora> 

Date: 12/1/2015 7:06:54 PM 

Subject: Re: ClimateWorks Chair and Vice-Chair terms 


I am enthusiastically in favor of reupping them both for another term! 

Sent from my iPhone 

On Dec 1 , 2015, at 6:03 PM, Charlotte Pera 

<Charlotte.Pera@climateworks.org<mailto:Charlotte.Pera@climateworks.org» wrote: 

Dear ClimateWorks Board Members, 

Sue's term as board Chair and Pam's term as Vice Chair both expire at the end of 2015. We'll need to vote to fill 
these two positions during our December meeting. I have confirmed that both are willing to serve again, if asked. 

Please don't hesitate to let me know if you think a change is in order for any reason, or if you yourself are 
interested in serving as Chair or Vice Chair. Personally, I would be very happy to see Sue and Pam continue in 
these roles for at least another year, but we are fortunate to have a board that is full of people who would be 
excellent in the chair role. 

We'll use part of our time in the morning executive session to discuss this topic and vote. It will be helpful to have 
a sense of where board members stand in advance of the session, so I encourage you to reply to this email with 
your thoughts and/or contact me separately. 

Thank you and best regards, 

Charlotte 


Charlotte Pera 
President & CEO 

ClimateWorks<http://www. climateworks.org/> Foundation 

Assistant: Mark Quinn | mark.quinn@climateworks.org<http://climateworks.org> | 

T: 415-433-0552 
M: 415-595-4516 

ClimateWorks mobilizes philanthropy to solve the climate crisis and ensure a prosperous future. 


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From: "Brian Gilmore" <brian. oilmoreOO@omail.com> 

T o: john.podesta@amail.com 

richard leon@dcd.uscourts.gov 
Date: 2/24/2014 2:30:20 AM 

Subject: Proposed Paper Topic 


Dear Professors, 

Although I've had some difficulty zeroing in on a topic, I think I'd like to write about a topic Judge Leon touched 
on in last week's class: the Brendan Sullivan effect. 

Specifically, I'd describe his role in the Iran Contra hearings, the ways in which investigators later responded to 
cabin the role of witnesses' attorneys, and consider whether an attorney could ever again have even close to 
that effect on an investigation. (I suspect not, given that we're now 30 years on.) My concern is that there won't 
be enough here for 20 pages, but perhaps I'm wrong about that. 

My interest in the topic is twofold-first, because I'll be going into private practice, if I'm going to have any contact 
with an investigation, it's likely to be in the role of representing a witness; second, because I'll be at Williams & 
Connolly, I have a personal interest in the story and in the firm's institutional history. (As a disclaimer, though, I 
have no interest in writing a hagiography.) 

See you in class, 

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From: "Echols for Assembly" <info@echolsforassembly.com> 

T o: "John Podesta" <john.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 6/17/2014 9:20:25 AM 

Subject: New Endorsements Build Momentum After Primary Victory 


ELIZABETH 

ECHOLS 


DEMOCRAT FOR ASSEMBLY 


John -- 

I am happy to announce that the Northern California Carpenters 
Regional Council and Carpenters Local 152 have endorsed my 
campaign for State Assembly. I am proud to be endorsed by two organizations 
who have fought so hard for working families. 

I have included the press release below. 

Sincerely, 

Elizabeth 


For Immediate Release: June 17, 2014 

Contact: Lisa Murphy (916) 443-7817 

The Northern California Carpenters Regional Council 
and Carpenters Local 152 endorse Elizabeth Echols for State 

Assembly 

Echols is running for Assembly District 15 

June 17, 201 4 - Building on the momentum from her decisive first place finish 
in the June primary, the Elizabeth Echols for State Assembly campaign 
announced today the endorsement of the Northern California Carpenters 
Regional Council, along with Carpenters Local 152 which covers Contra Costa 
County. 

The Northern California Carpenters Regional Council endorsed Echols 
because of her strong advocacy on behalf of working families. Echols is 
running for Assembly District 15, which is currently represented by Nancy 
Skinner. Skinner, who will be termed out at the end of the year, has endorsed 
Echols’s candidacy. 

“I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Northern California 
Carpenters Regional Council and Carpenters Local 152,” said Echols. “The 
support of working men and women was critical to my campaign's success in 

the June primary. I look forward to fighting for working families in 

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Sacramento." 

The endorsement builds on a broad coalition of labor support including the 
California Federation of Teachers, the California School Employees 
Association, the California Faculty Association, SEIU-CA, AFSCME California 
People, the California Labor Federation, the California State Council of 
Laborers, Teamsters Joint Council 7, the Alameda Labor Council, the Contra 
Costa Labor Council, and many local affiliates. 

Echols also is endorsed by incumbent Assemblymember Nancy Skinner, State 
Senator Loni Hancock (who previously held the seat), and elected officials 
across the district including Alameda County Supervisors Richard Valle and 
Nate Miley, Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates, El Cerrito Mayor Janet Abelson, 
Hercules Mayor Myrna de Vera, Piedmont Mayor Margaret Fujioka, and 
former Richmond Mayor Rosemary Corbin. 

About Elizabeth Echols 

Elizabeth Echols grew up in Berkeley where she attended local public schools 
including what is now Rosa Parks Elementary School. She attended Yale 
University on scholarships and put herself through Stanford Law School. Her 
public service career has taken her across the nation, all the way to the White 
House. She served both President Clinton and President Obama. She also 
worked as Director of the U.S. Green Building Council Northern California 
Chapter, Director of Policy at Google, and CEO of OpNet Community 
Ventures. Most recently, Elizabeth served as Regional Administrator of the 
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), appointed by President Obama. 
Elizabeth resides in the East Bay with her husband Parviz and their daughter 
Theresa. 

About Assembly District 15 

Assembly District 15 stretches across Northern Alameda County and Western 
Contra Costa County including Albany, Berkeley, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, 
Emeryville, Hercules, Kensington, Piedmont, Pinole, Richmond, San Pablo, and 
parts of Oakland. 

The seat is currently held by Assemblymember Nancy Skinner, who will be 
termed out in 2014. 


### 


www.echolsforassembly.com 

Echols for Assembly • 2342 ShattuckAve, #147, Berkeley, CA 94704, United States 
This email was sent to john.podesta@amail.com . To stop receiving emails, click here 


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From: 

"Robbv Mook" <robbvmook2015@amail.com> 

To: 

"John Podesta" <iohn.podesta@amail.com> 

Date: 

1/11/2015 3:22:35 AM 

Subject: 

Fwd: Huma memo 

Attachments: 

Huma Role.docx 


Checking in on this... I know you're slammed. I just want to make sure that you and I are on the same page on 
this. 

Forwarded message 

From: Robby Mook < robbymook201 5@gmail.com > 

Date: Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 11:15 PM 
Subject: Huma memo 

To: John Podesta < john. podesta@amail.com > 

Sorry this took me so long to put together. This week has been nuts. Attached is a rough draft. 

Let me know what you think. One issue I didn't resolve is how much we'd want her to still participate in 
scheduling if she does the HQ job. I think it's helpful for her to participate in calls and meetings because she's 
the institutional memory--and that's always invaluable. 

At the same time, I don't want people confused about who is in charge (i.e. the scheduler needs to be in 
command of that process). I think good management can solve for that, but was curious what you think. 
Thanks for your help on this. 


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From: "Missy Owens" <missv. owens@gmail.com> 

To: iohn.podesta@amail.com 

Date: 5/28/2015 2:01 :48 PM 

Subject: UN Photo 


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From: "Jenna Lowenstein" <jlowenstein@hillaryclinton.com> 

T o: "Amanda Litman" <alitman@hillaryclinton.com> 

Date: 10/22/2015 2:52:07 PM 

Subject: Re: ASAP fundraising email 


For context, the simple graphic that said "I'm with her. Add your name." has already raised $73k in a little over 
an hour. 

On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 9:50 PM, Amanda Litman < alitman@hillaryclinton.com > wrote: 

We'd like to get this out ASAP. Thoughts? 

# 

Sender: Robby Mook 
Subject: 

Friend -- 

I have one thought right now: I am so proud of Hillary. 

If you’re proud, too, add your name to let her know it: [ALT : If you're proud, too, chip in to let her know it:] 

URL 

Thanks, 

Robby 

Robby Mook 
Campaign Manager 
Hillary for America 


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Subject: 


"Joshua McNeil" <joshua mcneil@lcv.ora> 

"big campaign" <biacampaian@aooalearoups.com> 

10/7/2008 7:01:48 AM 

[big campaign] Mad Men Star Pitches New Client - John Slattery Joins LCVs Door-To-Door Ad 
Campaign for Obama in B attleground Virginia 



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NEWS RELEASE 


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
October 7, 2008 

Contact: ioshua mcneilQilcv.ora : 202.454.4573 


Mad Men Star Pitches New Client 

John Slattery Joins LCV's Door-To-Door Ad Campaign for Obama in Battleground Virginia 


WASHINGTON- Today the League of Conservation Voters, which works to turn environmental values into national priorities, 
announced a special addition to its Virginia canvass in support of Barack Obama for President. On October 11th, John Slattery, 
star of the Emmy Award winning series Mad Men, will go door-to-door with LCV volunteers to encourage Virginians to vote for 
Senator Obama. 

"John Slattery connects with mass audiences through his television and film work and now he will help us connect with the tens 
of thousands of households on behalf of Barack Obama," said LCV President Gene Karpinski. "We are thrilled that the man 
who brings Roger Sterling to life will bring even more excitement to LCV's effort to win Virginia and the White House for Barack 
Obama. Mad Men is one of the most critically acclaimed and entertaining dramas on television, and Mr. Slattery will help bring 
attention to the clean energy solutions our country so desperately needs." 

John Slattery plays an advertising executive in 1960's Manhattan in the stylized and provocative AMC hit. A veteran actor, 
Slattery has recently appeared on screen in the films Flags of our Fathers, Charlie Wilson's War, and Traffic. He has also 
appeared in Sex and the City, Will and Grace, and Desperate Housewives. 

"Politicians have been talking about energy independence almost since the days of Mad Men," Karpinski said. "But the time 
has come to make clean, renewable, American energy a reality. LCV supports Barack Obama because he has the most 
comprehensive energy plan ever offered by a nominee for president." 

LCV volunteers have been going door-to-door in Northern Virginia for the last several weeks to encourage swing voters to 
support Obama for President, and they will continue to do so every weekend between now and election day. The 2008 
presidential race may be decided by just a handful of voters in Virginia and knocking on doors and engaging voters can make 
the difference between John McCain and Barack Obama, between a continuation of the Bush energy policies that led to today's 
energy crisis and a new energy future with millions of new jobs, greater national security, and a comprehensive plan to deal 
with global warming. 

Anyone interested in meeting Mr. Slattery and talking to their neighbors about Senator Obama is encouraged to join LCV on 
Saturday, October 11 at 10:00am in Northern Virginia. For location details and to sign up, contact Spencer Ellsworth at 
202.785.8683 or sign up online at www.lcv.org. 


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From: "Gene Karpinski, League of Conservation Voters" <kvla lawrence@lcv.ora> 

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Date: 9/27/2010 9:01 :31 AM 

Subject: You're invited: LCV's 40th Anniversary Dinner October 4 



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LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS 


Please join 

Gene Karpinski, LCV President 
Frances Beinecke, Fhul Elston, 
and Peter Mandelstam, Dinner Co-Chairs 
for 

League of Conservation Voters 
40th Anniversary Dinner 

Celebrating 40 years of turning environmental values into national priorities 

Monday, October 4, 2010 

Grand Hyatt Hotel, Empire Ballroom 
1 09 East 42nd Street at Grand Central T erminal 
New York, NY 

6:00 p.m. - Reception 
7:00 p.m. - Dinner and Program 

Featuring 

Paul Krugman 

Nobel Prize Laureate and New York Times Columnist 

LCV Environmental Leadership Award Recipient 

Dan Tishman 

To purchase tickets please visit www.lcv.org/nydinner 

or contact Kyla Lawrence at 202.454.4603 
or kvla lawrence@lcv.ora 


LCV Extends Our Special Thanks to Our 
Benefit Committee Members 

40th Anniversary Sponsors - Tom and Sonya Campion, Wade Greene, John C. and Chara C. Haas, John Hunting, Peter 
Mandelstam, Alida Messinger, Scott A. Nathan, Wendy and Larry Rockefeller, Dianne and David Stem, Maryanne Tagney- 
Jones, Joan Tweedy, Daniel R. Tishman, Lynde B. Uihlein, Eric Wepsic and Tricia Pacelli - Platinum Sponsors - 
Lawrence H. Linden, William B. Wiener, Jr. Foundation - Gold Sponsors - Frances Beinecke and Paul Elston, Tonio 
Burgos and Associates, Joseph and Barbara Ellis, Rampa R. Hormel, Cindy and Alan Horn, Thomas and Cynthia Secunda - 
Silver Sponsors - Louis Bacon, Tom and Currie Barron, Kimo Campbell, Barbara and Burt Cohn, Earthjustice, George 
Frampton, Eugene and Emily Grant, Linda Heller Kamm, Robert and Nan Keohane, Henry D. Lord, George Martin, Sally and 
Bill Meadows, Josephine Merck, Todd and Elisabeth Miranowski, Natural Resources Defense Council, David and Milbrey 
Taylor - Environmental Majority Council - Mr. and Mrs. Juan Alberto Albors III, Jon Anda, Marcia Aronoff, Theodore and 
Alice Cohn, Defenders of Wildlife, Robert Hallman, Anita and Jeffrey Liebman, Betsy Loyless, Timon and Lori Malloy, 
Kenneth Mountcastle, James Ftericoni and Alice McCarthy, Kathleen Welch 


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From: "Vanessa Kritzer" <feedback@lcv.ora> 

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Date: 1/10/2013 7:22:09 AM 

Subject: Get the Shell Out 


OF CONSERVATION VOTERS 


Sign our petition to get Shell Oil out of America’s Arctic Ocean: Tell Interior Secretary Salazar to 
put a stop to Arctic drilling now! 

John, 

Shell Oil’s irresponsible attempts to drill for oil in America’s Arctic Ocean have gone from bad to 
worse in the past year. Now with the recent grounding of Shell’s drilling rig of